Sunday, January 17, 2010

I Hope You Dance


Miss Munchkin went to her first school dance last night. She wore a beautiful long, navy dress that once belonged to my Favorite Sister.



I think the striped socks are a nice touch, don't you?


These two tagged along to make sure students behaved appropriately throughout the evening.

(They are disguised as friendly chaperons, but I actually hired them just to spy on my daughter. Don't tell Miss Munchkin.)

It was a fun evening, full of food, friends and, of course, dancing! There was one major wardrobe malfunction, but that's another story.

11 comments:

Mama Pea said...

What a beautiful, beautiful full length picture of your daughter! So striking with the winter back drop. And I think the striped socks were the perfect touch. Hope she had oodles of fun.

MrsMama said...

Why thank you Mama Pea! I think she did. :)

Fran said...

Beautiful! I saw the photos on April's blog as well. Everyone looked so gorgeous and magical. Nothing like a princess night to spice up a gal's life!

Stephanie said...

What a beautiful portrait of Miss Munchkin...she looks amazing...Hope fun was had by all...

Joy Rothmore said...

She looked lovely that night. And yes indeed, the socks were an amazing touch :)

MrsMama said...

Thanks Fran. I think she did feel like a princess. :)

Stephanie, you are sweet. They did have fun, up until a dress strap broke! :O

Becky, I knew you'd like the socks. :)

Camie | Red Gate Gardens said...

Oh, these moments in the lives of our children. Life is fleeting...

I think the socks are a very good indication of the quality of your daughter. She's beautiful and I'm guessing she's as wonderful as her mama.

~~Camie~~

MrsMama said...

Aw, thanks Camie.
(hug)

Dawn, said...

She looks so beautiful!! My daughter has only been to casual dances, I look forward to the time she can dress up!

Alisa said...

Dang, your girl is gorgeous!
Hope they had a blast at their first dance.

The Park Wife said...

She looks beautiful and I LOVE the socks. Don't you love seeing her personality develop and come out. Too fun. Um, and why did you not chaperone? You could have totally embarrased her.