They are adorable! We have all sorts of dress ups. We have:
Thomas The Tank Engine
A doctor and a nurse
A train driver
A dragon with a velcro tail that does up like a belt
Also a variety of accessories like hats, shoes, bags, vet and doctor things, she often has dress up days at school so most of it has been from that. They recently had a pirate and princess day, that's where the Captain Sparrow outfit was from. They also had a fantasy day which is why she had a fairy and dragon outfit, she didn't know what she wanted to go as, that was last year. But she plays with them at home when she has friends over.
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03-07-2013 21:36 #21
04-07-2013 11:21 #22
I love fairies! I can't wait til DS is ready to start putting together his dress-up box. Bring on the sparkly wings and tutus!
04-07-2013 11:52 #23Senior Member
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I love them!
My daughter is one of the ones that insist on wearing tutu's everywhere, and especially with her gumboots
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