When my second daughter was born, I began smocking dresses for her. I loved doing it. I found it quite relaxing and rewarding. I smocked her dresses, nightgowns, robes, bonnets, little pouches to match her dresses. I smocked rompers and pinafores, I even smocked the ring-barer's suit for our #1 daughter's wedding.
Here is the picture of the little baby romper I made 30 year ago.
|The bride and groom 1989|
|Max and the bide share a moment|
|This is serious business. Max and daughter #2|
|His job was done and so was he! Which way to the M&M's|
|Here comes the bride|
|Father and mother of the Groom, and me and my husband|
|the last goodby|
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