A few weekends ago I embarked upon an event that I had not done before. It was a weekend full of FREE sessions for 18 families at the cutest little shop in Dallas, The Gypsy Wagon. Sometimes I work best just jumping in feet first and getting simply getting immersed in the chaos. This was certainly one of those times. The turnout was much more than I ever would have expected and these kids were simply darling. Families, you made what could have been a nutty weekend, a fabulous experience for me. Thank you for your willing participation and for sharing your sweet children with me. OH and to be honest – I was expecting at least 1 meltdown from one of the kids all weekend (if not from myself) – but we escaped meltdown free!! Gypsy Girls – THANK YOU so much for your help!! I had a great time there and I’m certain these families did too.
Oh and I must give one more shout out to The Gypsy Wagon. If anyone is looking for some great kids clothes, some amazing bedding (perfect for off to college grads), super cute clothes for folks of all ages (guys and girls), jewelry to die for, unique furniture finds, AWESOME cowboy boots and much much more- please drop into see them. You’ll thank me later!
Now, on to the show. Here is a quick preview of each of the cute kiddos I was able to spend my wknd with. Thank you everyone!
Parents your full galleries should be to you within the next few days. Thank you so much for your patience.
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This was such a better experience than I’d dreamed! Love looking at the pics…great job!
Thanks Kim! You and me both! 🙂 I really enjoyed it and I’m glad you did too!
These look so great Jenny! Loving all the fun bright colors and of course it doesn’t hurt that all the kids are absolutely adorable!
Thanks Claire! I do love the colors and I think the families did get some cute ones. Lots of work but well worth it and a great experience!
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