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Friday, January 17, 2014

Lady in Red and Blue #DressFIrst

Having a daughter is such a special thing that every mother enjoys.  My daughter is only 8 but we get along  when it comes to choosing dresses  and other clothing.   I love the color red and she love the color blue.  Sometimes I get to pick the color and sometimes she wins with the choices. As young as she is, hubby and I always  talk to her like  an adult  because we  want her to understand things and believe me she   thinks like an adult in many things.  That's probably because of the way we are raising here.  


8 valuable thoughts they wrote, what's yours?:

I am Maybel said...

Your baby girl is pretty and looks smart like mom. Sad thing I do not have a girl I have 2 boys and hard to convince when it comes to fashion. They have their own choices.

Fernando Lachica said...

Buying or giving dresses for your daughter is the best thing in life, I believed and you too. Keep up the good things in life.

nova hedges said...

that's true we can see from them what we are and we can have someone we can talk too when it comes to girly stuffs.

Franc Ramon said...

She looks really cute in her red and blue dresses. Definitely a future style icon.

Franc Ramon said...

She looks really cute in her red and blue dresses. Definitely a future style icon.

Mel Cole said...

Awww, look at rylie... she has grown so fast. Time flies by so quickly. Very pretty dresses that she has worn. Love the dressfirst selections that you chose too. So cute!

Marie said...

Girls are such a joy to dress up, right? I have two daughters and when they were younger, I would rack up a bill buying them dresses lol.

Jhady said...

I wish I have a daughter so I can dress her up like this beautiful girl. I bet her mom is a good looking woman(wink. She looks good on those dresses. Dalaginding na

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