She looks stunning Maia. Those pigtails disarm me and the indian headdress is out of this world on your girl. Did you make it?
Have you been talking about tornadoes? Just wondering what prompted the swirl of circles.
Her ongoing obsession with the Wizard of Oz, John. In that tornado, if you look closely, you will find the faces of the tinman, the scarecrow, Dorothy, and most likely "Tiny Little HoHo" (as she calls ToTo)
Terrific terrific shots! Your little girl is sooo tall and lovely. She looks beautiful in her new dress!
Thanks Chantale!And Yoli, I didn't make it - I was thinking of making her one, but when we were on our mini roadtrip we stopped at an "Indian trading post" in Glenwood Springs (last home of Doc Holiday). It's the sort of place I remember from childhood roadtrips, one of those kitschy shops that sells fake turquoise, tumbled rocks, and fringed cowboy vests for toddlers. I loved those as a kid, and they still have the same merchandise now! I found her a kiddie headdress and tomahawk, exactly as they made them in 1974 ;)
Come to think of it, that set has probably been on the same rack in the same store SINCE 1974!
It is really very pretty in her dress, and it is clear that it came from a family of artists, she has many things to express, it is too cute
Oh wow, Q is sooooo tall now! :) and she's just turning 4 right? Beautiful girl!
Precious! I love the photo with her kneeling next to the box of paint. Lovely!
Thank you so much for stopping by my little blog. That was so kind of you. my jaw kind of dropped when I saw that you had commented. I found your blog about a month ago and I look forward to all of your posts and love the shop! Your family is so inspiring :) That is so sweet that your parents had feathers hanging around, so lovely.keep in touch!XXXX-Morgan (Born of the Sea)Born of the Sea
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