When it rains, it pours...
We are the goon squad and we're coming to town, BEEP BEEP!
Caught in the act of looking up Barbie's dress?
So cute...thanks for taking us on the trip down your memory lane.
Love that expression with your Barbie! The loss of a parent is a time of very deep memory, and I hope some are as sweet as these photos.
Too marvelous. A fashionista from the start, obviously...
I swear to god that's the fireplace in my house! My mom loved that for a backdrop for photos, too. Great photos, and even better captions.
What amazing outfits!
C'est vous Pseu, une jolie petite Américaine!Orane
Too adorable for words. Thanks for sharing these, beautiful!
plant the seed of style and it will flourish - right. you are so "sweet and petite" in these photos.
Yep...once a fashionista, always a fashionista. Thank you for posting your photos.Oh, and I love the gloves...I had those too when I was young.
Such cute pics! Looking at them makes me want to dig out of some of mine that are similar...my mom recently gave me some photo albums from when I was a kid and I am sure I've got some cute dress ones in there too, same era!And you and I have the same blonde ponytail Barbie! And the same dress for her, it came with a purse with fruit attached and a big wide straw hat! I still have the Barbie and the dress and the hat in my Barbie and Midge red case!! Lots of fun playing with Barbie, back in the early 60's!
LOVE the photos. Thank you so much for sharing them with us.
These are so sweet pictures Deja! Thank you so much for sharing them. Deep down, your mother loved you and you know it too. These pictures are a document of her love, please take good care of them.
Love the pics, and especially the captions.
I just had to admit that I had a dress nearly identical to the one in the 'love of handbags' photo, only it was red.I wore it for my first grad picture day.Great photos!
Um, that would be first GRADE, not first grad... :roll eyes:
We must be the same age. I have photos of myself in those same sort of dresses at your age. Did you ever wear the Pollyanna hats? After that movie all the little girls here wore them. Flat white straw hats with a long ribbon.
enjoyed your wonder years...thanks for sharing.
Wow - what great clothes you had as a kid - you'd be horrified by mine - my parents do not believe in nice clothes (probably why I do the job I do today!).
Little girls really knewhow to dress in those daysGreat shots....
Great photos. Love the picture with Barbie! Obviously a budding fashionista.
OMG how precieuse! Were you seriously watching the ABomb test???Check out daddy's ride in the back!!! Laughing at "the glove/acquit" line!
All - glad you enjoyed these. Lady Jicky - I remember "Pollyanna" but in California during those years I can't remember seeing anyone wearing hats, not even for Sunday dress-up. I did have a Dan'l Boone faux coonskin cap (with tail!) though. No pics of that one that I've found yet.
Karen - no I really wasn't watching an atom bomb test. ;-D
So cute, with your little white gloves!
Wow, I swear I had those same dresses with the scratchy petticoats that drove me crazy. And the glove, and the purses, and the Barbie dolls. Check, check, and check.
i love the confident poses! i never caught the knack of standing gracefully when my father was shooting photos. you look adorable!
Dites moi vos pensées...