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This week we did a little clothes shopping for St. George appropriate attire.
Which really means we were in desperate need of shorts and dresses and such.
While we were out I took the opportunity to do something I've wanted to do since the day
Remewin was born... buy my girls matching dresses.

No it's not cheesy. There's 8 years between's cute.

Besides I've waited too long for another girl to not milk it for all it's worth.

And the truth is that Vicbowin loves it as much as I do.
Who am I to argue with her?


Polly Blevins said…
Very cute. I like to dress my girls the same too. Mine are close in age. I think every woman does (unless you were dressed the same as your sister when you were little and hated it).
Rachel Hunsaker said…
How cute! I love it - dresses are the best!
Gr8Life said…
Cute! my youngest daughter loves to match her older sister even if it's just the same color.

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