Love, love, love!! Your girls are gorgeous! And so are you. Those dresses…their entire outfits. Dying over here. Fabulous.
Those are two adorable, and happy, little girls! 🙂
Awww…they look so adorable in their dresses and hair bows. Very pretty little ones.
@Laura,Thank you for saying so. The pictures dont even do those dresses justice.The girls looked adorable Sunday @ the tea. They were especially excited because my 5 year old is in the Nutcrackers so she knew all the dancers.My 3 year old just started dance this year and her teacher is one of the leads so she thought it was really amazing to see her in her costume.It was all very sweet. It is every year. This year is just more special because my girls are actually part of the production this December!
@Elizabeth,Thanks.They were very happy that day. My Mom was with us and so was their Daddy.Its always better when Daddys there:)This weekend we have the Light Festival and the parade and the Disney stage performers. They are over the moon.Really trying to make their childhood magical…but its a lot of work:)Mama's tired:)
The girls look BEAUTIFUL and so do you!
Gorgeous! Oh, now I can't wait to do this w/ Maddy (but sssshhh, don't tell the Husband, he doesn't know I like the girlie stuff!)
Your girls look gorgeous in the purple! Looks like fun was had by all!
These pictures are wonderful! Your daughter's are just beautiful! How exciting for them 🙂 Love the Nutcracker! Have a great night!blessings,Jill
@ Betty,Thanks!Those bows were adorable and they matched perfectly (even if they were a little Nellie Olson)LOL!
@JEss,Thanks sweetie!I didn't realize how freaking high my cheekbones were, Lord, I could put an eyeball out with those things:)LOL
@ the Mad woman,DO it! It is so much fun doing these things with my girls.I love dressing them up as much as they love getting dressed up.NOw, its even sweeter to watch the excitement in their eyes since they actually love the ballet.They amaze me:)
@Mel,Oh yes. We had an amazing time.THere is really nothing better than being around your child when they are truly happy!
@Jill,we are lovers of the Nutcracker, always have been. My 5 yo is so obsessed that she makes me watch the month long Ovation Nutcracker marathon in December , she gives Barbie's the Nutcracker to every friend she possibly can, and watches the motion picture a many times as I will let her ( mostly because her teacher was in it).This year is ultra thrilling because it is the first year my child has been old enough to audition and has gotten a part in the City ballet's Nutcracker!We are all very excited!!!
Awwww, the beautifulness of your family is awesome! How festive. Seriously, I want to climb through my computer screen and give you all proper hugs.Don't think I wont do it.
Gorgeous photos. Looks like such a great time. 🙂
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Looks like they had a great time. I really wanna go see it one day. Gotta get the family to agree.
oh for the love of all that is a-dor-a-ble! the magical family time? that's seriously, the good stuff! 🙂
Oh. My. Goodness. I LOVE this. I remember my Grandma used to take me to the Nutcracker every year, but I never had such a gorgeous dress. I wonder if my girls would love it or get bored…?hmmmm. Gonna have to look into this! LOVE!
oh my goodness, their dresses and hair are too precious!!!!!
Oh how much fun, I love that the girls are all dressed up too.
Your girls are darling! What a fun outing!
Ummmm pertty much the most beautiful girls and dresses!!! What wonderful memories for your family!!
Thanks for stopping by and for leaving probably the BEST comment EVER! It totally made my day!!
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