Friday, April 11, 2008

My little diva



Gina has proclaimed that she will only wear dresses! Recently she has discovered braids, and now requests the almost daily. I will be trying to sew lots this weekend, to catch up with need for all things frilly! I hope to post the creations we come up with. I usually let Gina choose fabric and trims, and sometimes the patterns. I think she is leaning towards all things princessy! (Bruise on forehead courtesy of an unfortunate bounce house incident)

9 comments:

Little Munchkins said...

How cute! I love it when kids are able to tell you what they want to wear. Even cuter when they dress themselves though then you get some interesting combinations. Can't wait to see what you sew!

Lori said...

oh that is so cute:) your children are darling! thanks so much for popping over to see me and good luck!!!

lera said...

Very girlie I am slowly learning how different my girl is amongst all her brothers.

Stephanie said...

This is an adorable picture...I can't wait to see what you whip up for her. :)

michelle said...

I am so glad you found me! Your daughter is so beautiful! I'm not sure how you can stand to braid those beautiful curls! I loved the dress phase. Enjoy it, it went way too fast! I had fun reading through your blog, your post about your condo reminded me of my grandpa, lost to cancer and king of the boat rides too.And we have an Oma too! Happy sewing this weekend!

M.KATE said...

sounds like my daughters :)

Kimma said...

your daughter is a lucky girl, sewing clothes scares the wits outta me- when haley reaches that stage, i`ll have to holler at you ;]

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Poor little forehead! I'm sure she had so much fun in the bounce house she didn't even notice the bump.

Thanks for offering to make a card for my aunt!

Popsicles & Lollipops said...

Thanks for popping by my blog. I am sorry I am just getting the chance to come & visit you. What an adorable girly girl you have on your hands. Dresses, dresses, dresses! I can remember those days even myself. Then one day it was no dresses. I was a fickle child. Who am I kidding? A fickle adult too. Perhaps the bruise can be turned into a very princessy (& possibly quite large) beauty mark with some creative makeup?! :-)