Saturday, December 18, 2010

A Girl Party


 Last evening while our boys went to an Eagles game, the girls got together for a "girlie" evening.  Oh what fun; pajamas, crowns, special desserts, play time and of course a movie.  Here one of our youngest is proudly wearing her Princess crown.
Although Little Women wasn't as big a hit as Little House On The Prairie, the girls did love the dresses and the scenery.  We didn't make it through the movie, maybe in a few years.  But our new tradition started and it will be such fun in the years to come.
Blessings on your weekend my friends.
Noreen

20 comments:

  1. Oh VERY appropriate that there were crowns!!!!

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  2. Aww, this is SO precious!!!

    Christmas blessings to you and your family my friend!

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  3. I love your new tradition and you sure have a bevy of beautiful little princesses there.

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  4. What a precious picture. PJ's parties are so fun with the little ones. My granddaughter Kayla always insists on sleeping with me.

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Blessings
    Janet

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  5. "Girlie" nights are the best...loved the crowns for those cuties ! !

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  6. What a fun evening...I love the crowns! I also love Little Women and Little House. Sounds like a wonderful start to a new tradition. Enjoy your weekend! :)

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  7. And every one a princess. And priceless!

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  8. Beautiful sweet little ones!

    Merry Christmas!

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  9. Looks like great fun.
    I have the 3 oldest over right now to spend the night... talk about hyper (o:

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  10. Just Precious! And the crowns~ Oh! yes~ we are daughters of the King! Loved this !! Merry Christmas!

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  11. This is such a wonderful tradition to start up....I just love it. How darling they all look. HUGS

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  12. Hi Noreen,
    I am sorry that it has taken me so long to stop by and say hi and thank you.....thank you for stopping by my blog and for your sweet comment. I love meeting new friends in the blogging world.

    I have loved spending some time getting to know you. In your post on traditions, I had to chuckle, as I too, buy my children an ornament each year in the hopes of one day passing their own ornament box onto them when they move on and start their own family. Much of my tree is filled with ornaments from my childhood, as this was a tradition that my mother started. My kids love decorating the tree each year and finding their ornaments laid in the boxes. Wonderful memories.

    Love also your girlie princess party. What a neat new tradition.

    Wishing you a joyous and blessed Christmas.

    Much love,
    Stacy
    www.hiswaynotmine.blogspot.com

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  13. Ah, what sweet little princesses. How adorable! And what a lovely tradition you've started. Priceless!

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  14. Yep... so, so fun. Thanks for all that you did!

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  16. Fun!!! We had ours last night.

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  17. What a precious picture and a great tradition to start :o)

    Merry Christmas Noreen!!

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  18. Thank you, Noreen. I so appreciate your kind thoughts. I don't think I'm going to get caught up on responses to comments this week or visiting others' blogs. So much company, so many final arrangements. Thank you again for praying.
    Blessings
    Judy

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  19. Oh how very precious! What a beautiful and fun new tradition.
    Merry Christmas to you my dear friend. May the Lord fill you and your family and home with all good things!
    Blessings,
    Deb

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