Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Do NOT try this at home...

Many of you are aware of the "100th day of school". It's the latest thing to celebrate. Usually children bring in a project of some sort. Maybe 100 pennies glued into the shape of the number 100, or 100 pieces of candy. Well, for Tabitha I came up with this brilliant idea (I'm being sarcastic here!) to take photos of her trying on 100 different outfits. When I started I didn't realize how time consuming of a project this would be. Today was the day. Here she is holding her complete album. She told me she didn't have to smile for this picture, because the album did it for her.
The following are a few of my favorites. Oddly enough I don't think they're my favs because of the clothes, but because of Tabitha's personality which shines through! Enjoy. :)








If you do dare to try this at home, I must ask: What are you doing with 100 outfits at home?? Maybe you should consider downsizing. :) We did most of these photos in store changing rooms.

11 comments:

Sr. Fab said...

Sounds like you created an adventure out of it that incorporated your picture taking hobby. Smart move.

Andy and Jennifer said...

Where did you find the time?! I was worred until you mentioned the store part :-)! Tabitha is a stitch! ...takes after her father, I am sure!

Anonymous said...

I love it! Even if it took time, I think it is the stuff great memories are made of. She is such a beautiful girl!

The Tates said...

You crack me up!

Frugal Homemaker said...

Wow! My hat is totally off to you. As a former teacher, this would have majorly impressed me.

Brooke said...

Love all the poses! Looks like she was having lots of fun.

CandlebyNight said...

You are some kind of Momma!

Dana Wilson

Anna said...

Michellita, xo
I just discovered this link through Fabito's facebook, Tabitha is such a funny and beautiful girl, tell her Happy Birthday from her NC family. Love, Tia

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Amy@ServingPinkLemonade said...

I love this idea! I can see how it would be extreemly time consuming though. Good for the both of you for sticking it out and finishing the projcet. I was releived to find out that you took many pictures at the store and your daughter doesn't really have 100 outfits.