Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Fairytopia, Oklahoma


While at Mom's for an early Thanksgiving, these pretty little dancing fairies giggled, twirled, switched dresses, and danced again. The plastic tiara broke and the wings were too tight on their arms, and we couldn't find the floor of Mom's "princess room" for 3 days. Between the Irish dance, the constant spins to see how big the skirt would fly, and even a little square dancing, it was quite a site. Why did I even bother to pack the jeans and sweaters? How unfairylike of me.

4 comments:

SkyWriting said...

man, i miss fairy dresses.

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Gina Fox Mitchell said...

This was such a special time. To be at my childhood home with all the cousins and their darling kiddos. I couldn't have wished for anything more than my child to have time with her cousins and experience what I was able to experience with their mothers when we were the the pricesses. Now we are queens!

Jana said...

What a darling picture! How fun when little girls get together and dance and play. Such JOY.

Anyway, I enjoyed spending time with you and your family and everyone. I wish we could do that more often.

OK. I have set up a blog site too, called michellericsmom on xanga. Let me know if you can find it. I put a picture of Eric on it with his wrestling medal that he won this weekend! Woo Hoo!

I love you,
Jana