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January 12, 2009



OH my goodness - they are so adorable. That little vest and tie just about kills me! And the dress is simply amazing - gorgeous!


Don't they have beautiful smiles to go with their beautiful outfits. And I have to agree about twirl-a-bility. Spot on :-)


the dress is wonderful. and kids wow they are so cute!


Terrific photos! I actually know of one mom who bought herself a very fancy digital camera just so she could save money not having studio portraits of her kiddos made.

Any excuse that will work, I say.

Amy @ parkcitygirl

They are precious! I agree - Thank God for digital!


Hi Jessica, just wanted to let you know I gave you an award because of all the inpiring projects you do and share! Please come by and see it when you get a chance, you're mentioned in my post and there are links to you too!


I read about 60 blogs and NEVER, EVER comment on any of them (I know, I know..) but I just had to come out of hiding to say, " That is the most beautiful dress I have ever seen." There has never been a dress in any catalog, on etsy or in blog world that is as lovely. I adore everything about it!

Angela Yosten

WOW! That dress is adorable! I just might have to go buy that pattern and make one for my daughter. TOO CUTE!!!


You are amazing. First the Halloween costumes, and now that dress! Clothing is not something that I have really attempted yet. But, you may have inspired me to at least consider it!

Thanks so much for sharing.


So cute!


Such sweet pictures! I love that dress. My daughter would also approve of the twirlability factor!


They are so beautiful!


your children are absolutely divine!
love reading you,


No kidding that makes it worth it. I made my daughter a doll this past week and she said "I love her, Mama. She's boofaful." She's 2, so I took that as high praise, indeed.


those are the cutest clothes!!!

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