Saturday, December 12

Let's play dress up!!

What young girl doesn't love to play dress up?  I have some great memories, even still have some of the dress up things I had as a little girl and Leanne enjoyed them too as well as many of her friends (even the boys occasionally)!  Here's a few memories....

Grandma Kathy sewed these matching dresses for Leanne and I...


Getting ready to go on a date with Daddy...


Isn't she precious???


A dress-up tea party for friend Em's birthday...



Leanne as one of yes, 11! flower girls for her cousin Michelle's wedding...


Another dress-up tea party....


Leanne was flower girl for her aunt and uncle- they had a beach wedding...



Again for her other aunt and uncle- they had a Christmas wedding...



American Girl Doll birthday party with friends...



In a restroom at Tortilla Flats near Mesa, AZ.  All the doors were painted (and not very private!)






And aren't these some lovely ladies????  I had to put this one in-this is one of my all time favorite photos and I love to share it....



Just last week, Brian and Leanne attended the Alternative Winter Formal- it is for 9th-12th graders and put on by our youth group.  This was the day before, they were trying out their duds...


Another bunch of lovely ladies... (if you click on the photo it will enlarge)


Now this is more like it!


Isn't she precious???


Mom and Dad even dressed up a bit!


Brian and his friends- handsome, indeed!


I have lots more dress up photos but this is all for now!  If you ever get the urge, I have two large containers of dress up stuff!

4 comments:

Rachelle said...

Awwww... beautiful photos and a nice trip down memory lane. Leanne is growing into such a gorgeous young lady. Tell Bill to watch out! Thanks for sharing such wonderful pictures.

Wisconsin Farmgirl said...

Laurie, these are all great photos! I love the one of the guys all dressed up as girls! Your kids are beautiful and changing so fast!

Kathy Q. said...

I loved reading your blog and seeing the pictures!! Thanks for sharing. Arizona looked lovely.

Garden Lily said...

How neat, to be able to see your dear Leanne grow up into a beautiful young lady in this series of photos. I can feel the love and pride in your post. Thanks for sharing.