My daughter Maya modeling Purim Costume #2 - a Flamenco Dancer- and she's wearing the dress my grandparents gave ME 35 years ago!
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Sad. The video will not play for me.
Happy! The video wouldn't play but I grabbed the slider and moved it manually to see the pics. Love that turquoise color. Maya is a doll.
What a great hand-me-down! Wow, I can almost Maya's castinets.
This didn't work for me - but I took quilly's suggestion and saw the stills. So cute!
It worked great for me. Isn't it wonderful that you can pass something so special on to your own daughter?Saw your Mom tonight. Please keep me posted.
How pretty, dancing is such a beautiful art
The video worked for me.How wonderful to be able to share the dress over 35 years. Beautiful pictures of Maya.
Some outfits are timeless and certainly the fun the provide is, She'll be able to share it with her daughter someday as well as the video :)
What a cool idea for WW. You've got quite a hammy daughter there.
Super cute! how special to have something to wear that great grandma made
She is adorable! How fun to have something like that to pass down
Maya is beautiful and so is her inherited costume :) http://click-shubd.blogspot.com/2010/03/spring-is-in-air.html
Such a pretty dress! She is a doll in it.
What an awesome way to share the joy of the holiday! I'll bet you are surfeit with humantashen LOL. Happy WW!
Adorable! My daughter was a "pencil" for Purim...she's 13...a whole other kind of sensibility about what a costume might be at that age!
OMG! She is so cute! I was not a very girly girl, but I always wanted to be princess for Purim (but not for Halloween). How cool that you still have one of your own Purim dresses.
Hope you all had fun at the Purim festivities, I love the dress.My WW link for you
I'm so uninformed. I didn't know that Purim involved costumes. Now I'll have to Google it. Very cute costume. I just finished The Flamenco Academy by Sarah Bird, and it gave me a whole different view of flamenco. It's a fascinating art.
An adorable young lady. Possibly another Portman from Israel?
We'll see, right now modeling is a sideline LOL - she wants to be a doctor when she grows up.Besides, she won't take direction worth a damn ;).
Adorable .. dancing more like flapper than flamenco but she's a cutie!
'Besides, she won't take direction worth a damn ;)' - LOL!Definitely love her enthusiasm for the dress. It must be fun to see her in it.
Utterly charming! And how lucky that you saved the dress. Of course I'll be putting your name in the hat for my drawing - winning once doesn't preclude the chance for winning again. ;)Kate
I LOVE The dress!! wow from when you were little huh.. how precious!!
How awesome that you were able to pass on the dress to your little one...It's cute too! Maybe she will be able to pass it on to her little one someday..
That's wonderful that you both can enjoy the dress. Your little dancer is adorable.
Amazing.This is of no doubt a generation Costume.She danced beautiful as wellgreat ww story
First of all, she is adorable!!! Very good dancer!!! Secondly, that is so cool that the dress was once yours!!
she's really lovely :)u may view mine here
how fun for both of you :)
She looks lovely and I love the way she moves, I'm sure she's talented !
What a beautiful girl! She could wear a burlap sack and her light would shine through, but how cool that she gets to wear something that mommy once wore!
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