Her first Christmas. I took some slack for that headband, but I loved it. Look at my baby with no teefies....
Two years old here. Look at that head of hair! I loved dressing my baby girl. Isn't she precious.
Easter, 2001. Another Disney favorite. She was a happy toddler. That made up for what a miserable baby she was.
Easter 2002. She asked me today where her bracelet is, like it would still fit her!
Spring 2002. This was a whole yellow suit trimmed in sequence, with the yellow shoes to match. I love her face.
Christmas 2003. Look at that hair on a five year old. These were the beautiful days when I can dress her however I wanted, she would actually wear tights without going into convulsions. That outfit is too cute.
There's my sassy girl getting big. This is kindergarten. We lived in New York at the time. Shortly after this, we cut her hair up to her shoulders. I was sad, but she was still gorgeous.
Can you see my tomboy starting to emerge here? I think I forced her to wear this outfit, and it's probably the last time she wore pink. By this time, her hair already grew back! I wish my hair grew like hers.
Christmas 2006. Alex had just turned one. You can't see, but this was a cream shirt with black velvet pants. I lost my Christmas dresses for good.
Super tomboy, but again, still love that face.
Dance photo. She used to take ballet, tap and jazz. Now? HIP-HOP. She's been asking for years, and I was reluctant. I finally gave in this year. I hope I don't regret it when I see the dance.
Last year. I did her hair, and made her wear the outfit-which she wasn't thrilled about, but once she had it on I know she felt pretty. She accessorized (with my earrings obviously). One of my all time favorites.