Saturday, March 20, 2010

An American Girl Fashion Show

Grace's Brownie troop chose an American Girl Fashion Show as one of their trips to take with the money from their cookie sales.  We got up bright and early this morning and drove to Fayetteville, NC to the fashion show which was hosted by the Child Advocacy Center of Fayetteville.  The program showcased historical and contemporary fashions for girls and their dolls.  Proceeds from the event benefitted the Child Advocacy Center's child abuse prevention and outreach programs.  

When we first got their we looked around at the little booths they had set up with souveniers and goodies then we went in and found our seats.  We were served little sandwiches, fresh fruit, pink lemonade and sugar cookies with strawberry icing.  Yummy!  Then the show started and the girls were so cute and many of them really looked like the American Girl dolls.  Everyone enjoyed it and were all spoiled with T-shirts, matching doll clothes and tote bags that all of us Moms couldn't resist.  

Thanks Erin for a great trip!

Carly, Grace & Ava with their dolls pretending they were on a roller coaster 

Kristian Dillon
Kristian Dillon, Ava Ellis, Grace, Carly Smith, Madison Jukkola

Aren't they cute?
Grace's Brownie leader, Erin Smith and her daughter, Carly

Grace & me

"Kaya"

"Felicity" and "Elizabeth"


"Addy"

"Molly"


"Julie"
Brownie Troop 1727




4 comments:

~Erin said...

It was SOOO much fun!! Thank you for "tagging" along!!!

Michelle said...

Looks like yall had a lot of fun! The pictures are great :)

Giaellis2 said...

Love it! I need to blog it too. Fun times! ;)

Charity said...

So adorable! Looks like you all had a wonderful time and the girls did look like the dolls.