Thanks for this post!
It had me in tears but it is so important to stop and think about others and how we can help or give back 🙂
Your girls are just beautiful! I love these photo shoots and will remember this when I have kids some day!
I also think it's awesome you're talking about childhood cancer. I ride a charity bike ride every year for the cancer hospital in Boston – Dana Farber. It's my single most important event of the year, they take care of many kids with cancer. I signed up for the site and hope to pick some things out soon to support Brielle and Cami.
Just donated and posted and sent you a shout out! Thanks Shelly! imnotatrophywife.com/2013/04/p-s-i-adore-you-daily-deals-delivered-to-help-fund-cancer-research.html
Thank you for sharing this post. Imliterally had tears streaming down my face. I lost my sister to childhood cancer and it brightens my heart when I read posts like yours! I will be buying something from this collection for my baby girl ASAP!
This was a great blog reminding me of when my 4 daughters were little! They are all married with children of their own but I still shed Tears thinking about the love I have for each of them. They still bring so much joy to my life. And now I have 4 bonus sons and 10 1/2 grandchildren that have found a place in my heart that never knew could love this much. I am aware of the blessing it is to be a mother and grandmother and strive each day to appreciate my family. It takes a good man to be a father to daughters. Not every man can handle all the hormones of daughters ( and wife) but are perfect for their calling.
A great and worthy cause I appreciated reading about. Life's struggles are not easy but I admire so much those parents and family members that struggle through illnesses and sometimes death.
oh my gosh. will you do my hair and take pics of me? haha 🙂 xoxoxox
You make me smile soooo big! I can't wait to order both of my girlies one of these! I also can't wait to explain what they're all about when someone compliments their awesome skirts! Thanks for sharing the oppurtunity to help even a small bit in this large disease! You're already awesomer!
oh those hair dos! and earrings! pretty little things 🙂
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You are an angel. Thank you for posting this. xo
Seriously, you are an angel. Thank you for posting this.
I love this post! I remember being little and absolutely BEGGING my mom for a pencil skirt. And goes towards a good cause? Sign me up!
Your heart is massive! I feel in love with your blog a long time ago (you inspired me to do my own) but now, just as your family grows in adordability, so do you! Thank-you for sharing, your family and this wonderful cause!
Laurie @ Vin'yet Etc.
JUST STOP! they are SO stinking CUTE! i love it!
A little teary after reading. Thank you for highlighting this.
This is such a beautiful post..Thank you so much sweet Shelley! You are so amazing to help out with our cause. Childhood cancer is vastly underfunded and we need all the exposure we can get, it is so wonderful when people like you take a stand to make a difference. THANK YOU sweet friend!
Hey girl, what sizes did you order for your girls? My oldest currently wears a 6x/7 so i didn't know if the medium would be to big? My middle daughter is in a 5 so I was going to go with a small. They are A.D.O.R.A.B.L.E.!!!! I also have 3 girls and these would be so cute for church and benefit such a great cause! Thx so much 🙂
Hey girl, what sizes did your order for your girls?…..or help me choose the sizes for mine please! My oldest wears a 6x or 7 right now so should I go with a medium. And my middle daughter is a size 5 so a small maybe? Thanks so much for posting about this! Such a good cause. My father is a 2 year survivor of pancreatic cancer. He was given 2 mos to a year to live when diagnosed. My girl would love these skirts for church and my older two both have the same heels from Payless but in white!!! LOVE THEM!
Such a sweet post.
OH my goodness! Thank you so much for sharing this! Not only are those skirts adorable but what a wonderful cause! I just ordered 2 for my nieces because I have 3 boys! 😉
XOXO Mallory @ Classy Clutter
Your daughters are beautiful. Yes we do need to Thank God that are children are healthy and think of others that are not. It breaks my heart that anyone has to suffer an illness but especially when it is a child.
Just wanted you to know that I signed up and made a purchase. Thanks for sharing.
Your girls are so beautiful. And what an important cause. I know I take my kids' health for granted, and it is so important to remember to support and pray for those families who are battling every day. Thank you so much for highlighting this wonderful site!
I wish, I wish I had little girls in my family! Even now I'm thinking of anyone I can buy for! Ooo Ooo, I think I have it! This was such a sweet post – I can't imagine. You take beautiful photos and I think it's incredible that you used your talent to help others. Thank you for your sweet example.
Thank you for posting these adorable pictures and letting us know about this wonderful cause. I just placed an order for my sweet niece that is about to become a big sister. I think she will love it!And I am helping fight childhood cancer. Wow!
Wow! Thanks for sharing these adorable pictures of your sweet girls…and letting us know about this great way to support the fight of childhood cancer. I just ordered a skirt for my little great-niece that is about to become a big sister. She will love it and I love that my purchase is helping fight cancer. Keep on sharing!
Thank you for posting this,it hits dear to my heart. I want to check out the cute skirts for my sweet niece, Lucca, she is just 7 months old and is ready for round 6 of chemo. She far braver than any other baby I know. Childhood cancer isn't fair and hits without warning.
Your daughters are absolutely adorable… I just want to squeeze lil Aubrielle. Those skirts are too cute.. and her shoes.
I'll click and read the link when I get home.
Could your kids be more adorable . . . . NO! LOVE them!!!
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