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Monday, December 2, 2013

Dress Choices

These photos were taken back in September when we were looking for a good dress that our daughter could wear in church when she sings in choir.  She love blue color so I found her these two.  I love the first one but she did not like it.
My husband like the second one  but she did not like it.  I found this one that got me excited.  It is not the color she preferred but it is made in the Philippines, so I said, we will buy it lol.

I wish I was  that lucky when I was a kid hahaha.  I rarely got a new  dress  because we could not afford  to.  I would always borrow clothes during  recognition day when I have to go to the stage.  I never asked my parents to buy me anything because I knew that they could not afford to.  I am glad that  my kids does not go through what I have been through growing up.  There is no regret though,  my experiences   made me of who I am today.

33 comments:

  1. those dresses are the hip bandage dresses right? I love the dress in the first picture, oh how i wish i had a daughter too :)

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  2. These dresses look so cute! When I was younger, they made me wear dresses too. But when I grew up I seldom wore them to the point I don't have any of them LOL! Maybe I need to get new ones :)

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  3. I love that pink dress mare!!! When I was young, I don't have many clothes...I was dreaming of getting a dress for special occasion but didn't. Anyway, glad we can buy these dresses for our girls.

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  4. One very pretty dress mommy and si mommy sexy din sa background. LOL!

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    1. I too actually like the first one. So ruffly and girly and sparkly. :)

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  5. i love the first one too. That dress was very cute!

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  6. awww she's so pretty! I like all three of them and they look good on her. I know how it was we didn't get new clothes. it was used and one outfit at the start of school.

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  7. your daughter looks dalaginding na in those dresses

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  8. love the pink one. Is there a picture of her wearing it?

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  9. That's natural in choosing a dress...hard to select.

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  10. nice choices, I think they all look lovely.

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  11. It's pretty Rose, speaking of hadn't event got my daughter a new dress.... love the pink one. Hugs to Ry, she's all grown up, hayy time really fly so fast... this blog is a testament :)

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  12. I love the second dress, sis. But I think the cut and design of the third one made from the Philippines is good, too. I only got new clothes during Christmas. :)

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  13. I love the pink dress, she is so happy to wear the color blue maybe it is because it is her favorite color. we have the same favorite, I am also fond of color blue.

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  14. haha, Rose, we do have same taste, I love the first one too, Rylie looks good in whatever dress, her confidence and charm makes her carry the clothing very well, oh I also like the pink one made in the Philippines, same here, I get excited always when I see made in Philippines :)

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  15. I really think that first blue dress is adorable.

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  16. Hahhaha. that was an easy decision (made in Philippines).I like the first one as well.

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  17. Marunong pumili si Mommy. May tawag kami sa style ng daughter mo, yung bang 'bagay kahit ano isuot'

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  18. I agree with you. Our kids are so lucky these days. That's why I always look forward to Christmas time, it's the only time we get new dresses hehe.

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  19. That's too bad that she didn't like it. I wish I'm that small lol or wish I have a daughter. hehe Love all these dresses for a little girl.

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  20. I like the pink dress! Girl na girl. Bagay na bagay for your daughter. ^_^

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  21. Lovely dresses she have and good choices mommy.. she's going great your little fashionista.

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  22. The pink dress is so pretty! I'm sure your daughter will look stunning on those dresses :) Just like how she shows at the photos above.

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  23. Your daughter looks good in blue and I think the pink dress will suit her well too! But she has to wear the blue as it's my favorite color too! :D

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  24. I love the first dress too! I could not do this because I have boys! It's so hard to choose clothes for boys unlike girls, there's a lot to choose from! I bet the one made in the Phils is quite expensive... or is it not?

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  25. Awww! She is beautiful Sis Rose and I bet more beautiful in that dress that you bought. Our girls are lucky that they can wear any clothes they want and many choices to choose from :-) I love the style of the dress as well :-)

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  26. Those are beautiful dresses for Ms. Burrito! She looks lovely in them!

    Sis, pareho tayo. I always remind the kiddos here how lucky they are now for the availability of their needs and wants.

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  27. Little Miss looks so pretty. She is lucky to have you for a mom, someone who knows what matters most in life.

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  28. I love the first blue dress and the dress made in the Philippines is simply gorgeous! Siempre, love your own. LOL!

    Indeed, kids can get so lucky these days! I have to agree with you. Our struggles when we were younger I believe shaped and refined hugely our characters.

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  29. Every dress looks good on her. I personally like the first one for her.

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  30. I'm very biased because I love pink and anything with pink on it. So, my choice will be the pink dress with the small bow belt for little Ms. Burrito. :) Although the others look good on her too but pink is my thing! :)

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