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January 20, 2012

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Kacey

That is the most precious thing I have ever seen.

valerieluesse

Aw:)

Lynn

My mom and grandmother used to make me pjs and matching robes for Xmas - they were quite fashionable! You remember when our mom's used to sew it for us, not purchase! A purchased item was quite a gift - high class to be sure!

valerieluesse

Mama even made me a SWIMSUIT one year. Light blue baby doll. I thought I was somethin':)

Nancy Dorman-Hickson

You are much, much cuter than Marcia Brady.

valerieluesse

Ha! Why thank you, my sister. But you have to admit. She was more popular:)

Lynn

Girlfriend our mama's must have been sisters - my mama made me a orange swiss dot bathing suit one year - only problem was that it was lined and sand could get in the bottoms but not exit! Can you say 'droopy drawers'! LOL!

valerieluesse

HYSTERICAL! Mama made tons of beautiful dresses for me in high school, but then she didn't sew for me for years and years. When she tried to make me a work dress, she still had my h.s. body in her head and "guessed at the fit." Couldn't get my right leg into that dress:)

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Valerie

Thanks so much, Laura! I'm really glad you enjoyed it.

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