ah she has worn it so well
Wow! Sh can probably give me lessons!
way to go anush!btw have you seen this book called 'my mother's saree' by tulika?!
oh wow! look at the picture on the lower left corner - she looks so dainty!
Hahaha. Guess what, this will be the same girl that will give you so much trouble when you beg her to buys some grand saris for her wedding.That has been the experience of most of my friends with daughters.So enjoy this while it lasts!
ooh.. she looks ready all right.. cmon mama.. u can relent, cant u? :-)
wow! they grow up :) so pretty!
she has done a good job of it!
usha- u said itchox- yes- cute is it not- was trying to get the Tamarind tree but could not- not even there at Landmarkro/ itchy/ howdo/ ll- :-))
so sweet...nice kodak moment.
Aww....how sweet is that!! I miss a daughter.
awww... brings my childhood right back! and she is ONE CUTE DOLL in that sari and her expression...:-D
she has wore it so well and is looking like a doll
totally admiring glances!! :)she is looking totally cute!!cheers!abha
ohhhh, she looks precious! so adorable....mama you shud relent!
yup thats a cute book too. will get a copy for you.
Hisorry have not been online for a while. Btw, did she wear it herself? if yes, then WOW!even otherwise, its a WOW!Hope u have been doin gud.
subha- yes! she wore it herself!!I was amazed talk about being an inconsistent mom- instead of keeping up with my chant that she should not misuse my dupattas, I was busy clicking away and oohing her efforts!!
Such a poppet!
Awww... she's old enough. Shall I bring her a little girl's saree on my next trip to MDR? You get very pretty cotton ones here.
so cute! so lady-like!
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