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Pirate + Rapunzel


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  1. I bet she felt so pretty! I love her hair!

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  2. Spectacular hair!

    btw, Angieville followers, notice the picture on the wall in the background--those are 4 generations of mothers and daughters. So, so cool!

    I'm so sad I didn't do that with my grandmother, mother, and daughter when I could have.

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  3. What kind of camera do you use?

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  4. Your kids are adorable! I'm sure you already know that. :P

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  5. I love her dress! And that smile is perfect. She looks so grown up and Will makes a great pirate.

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  6. How cute! And I love her hair.

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  7. That is a WICKED Rapunzel dress. Wasn't your daughter Cinderella last year? It's good to know your children are good and proper Disney fans!

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  8. They're both gorgeous!

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  9. Wow... I can't believe how big your kids are getting!!! So cute, you always do such a great job with costumes. =) Hope you are doing well! =)

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  10. Thanks so much, guys. They had a great time and I have such a fun time on Halloween with them.

    Sally, good eye. We took one on my side as well when Piper was about 10 months, and I'm very glad we did.

    Allie, my husband is a photographer and so I benefit from his excellent skills & equipment. For the top two shots he was using his Nikon D700. The bottom one of the braid I took with my iPhone. lol.

    Lizzy, you're absolutely right. She's been a princess two years in a row. Although she tells me very emphatically that next year she's going to be Ahsoka from Star Wars. That's my girl.

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  11. I LOVE the flowers in her hair! Gorgeous!

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