Sunday, October 17, 2010

Picture Day @ School.

Last week, my daughter took her first Preschool pictures! The backdrop we were told was fall themed so I dressed her appropriately.

I'm so excited!!!

Here's hoping that the pictures came out good. I'm crossing my fingers.....but just in case, I did take some pictures before dropping her off @ school.

{I told her to say cheese, so naturally--this is what she did.}

{I told her to stand by the bush and of course she interpreted that to actually get in the bush.}

{Dress, Shirt, Tights: GapKids}
{Boots: Old Navy}


{Ready to take her school pictures!}

6 comments :

  1. My little boy just took his first pictures at Preschool last week as well. They told us we could also bring the baby in to get a few photos of them together too.

    I'm hoping they turn out good!

    Your daughter is adorable! She looked so cute in your photos, so I'm sure the Preschool photos will turn out beautifully as well!

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  2. Aw, that's great that you were able to have both of them in the pic!!

    Thanks. Let's hope both of ours come out good! ;)

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  3. These are adorable! How could they not turn out good? Look at the model! Love the outfit. I would totally wear that :)

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  4. Thanks Jill, she's cute but she's a handful! Let's see if they were able to get her to sit still for 2 secs! lol

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  5. Hi, Thanks for your warm welcome at MBC! I always worry that they won't comb my kids' hair before they take pictures... they have forgotten to in the past! I plan to lecture my daughter this year so she keeps her hair nice for her pictures. My poor brother has a kindergarten pic with icky nose. Horrors!

    Thanks for the warm welcome. Please visit me at Making Ends Meet sometime.

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  6. She's adorable! How could her pictures not be adorable as well? Love your blog, now following!

    xo Erin

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