Fourth of July

IMG_0993I’m pretty sure this is the last year that I will ever convince all three girls to wear the same outfit…but I’ll take what I can get!  I got these adorable fourth of July outfits from one of my favorite independent designers – the Measure.  The first attempt at a group pictures…was a fail…IMG_0998But once we gave Pip a cat of her own to hold…we had smiles all around!  Capri did her hair and Pip’s hair.

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Put some Matilda Jane shorties on under the dress and you have an adorable outfit!  Cedi wanted hers to be more like a top so I ordered her a 5 instead of a 7.  These are going to grow with my kids for many years to come.  Fingers crossed they’ll all wear them again next Fourth of July (and many times in between!).

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Capri and Pip – working on a new dance routine.

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Analyzing the chalk drawing Cedi worked on…

2 comments:

  1. I just love seeing pictures of your 3 darling daughters, especially wearing clothes made by Mom! We have 5 great granddaughters, with another due on the 25th. of this month. We are hoping for a little boy this time, but another precious little girl would be just as welcome. This grandson and his wife like to wait till the babies are born to find out whether they are having a boy or a girl and as they are already the parents of 2 little girls, our grandson is hoping for a little boy. He is a fanatical sports fan, and right now is compensating by having his 6 and 3 year old daughters play soccer, for which he is the coach, but fortunately, they both love it. Keep on posting those beautiful photos for all of us to enjoy!

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  2. Great pics and your daughters are adorable and charming and their dresses are super cute .Love your fabric choice.Have a fun week!

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