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Break out the R.E.M. albums...

Posted by barnmom (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 6, 06 at 1:00

Alice channeled the 80s for Halloween. The dress was bright purple. The girl "cop" is her friend, Natalie.

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They are adorable!!!! I love it!


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Beautiful girls!


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The '80's are over?? When did that happen. Alice is a beauty, no matter the decade.


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They could also be dressed for 2006! LOL!

Real cuties!


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Alice is knock-out gorgeous! I love her dress, 80's or not!


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They are both so cute in that photo and I love...love....LOVE Alice's dress!
If I could get into it, I'd wear that in a flash, lol. :-)

SharonCb


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OMG, they are gorgeous. Even though you post pictures of Alice from time to time, I am blown away by how quickly and how beautifully she is growing up.

Lee


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All they're missing is a can of Aqua Net hairspray. :D


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Geez, another person who didn't realize the 80s were gone, and didn't realize that those clothes were out of style! LOL

Lovely girls, though, and I do remember "hot pants", which is what we called those shorts...

Annie


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The 80s kinda passed me by. My hair would not achieve bigness (I guess I needed AquaNet!). I did love the shoulder pads, though.

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Still want to wear this dress? The dye of the satin faded in some areas over time so it was shades of lurid purple.


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Gosh, in the b&w she looks seriously older. The color shot shows a teenager, right?

(uh Annie and David...see the handcuffs?!?!?)


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