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♥ The Girls’ Room — 20 Comments

  1. This was a GREAT post!!!! 🙂 Thank you so much for your kind comments on my blog. My husband also has Liberty & Tyranny. I need to read that as well as the new Glenn Beck we got him for FD. 🙂

  2. So true. I only have 2 boys and they are still very young, but I notice that sometimes I need to do something extra girly for myself otherwise I go crazy!!

  3. I am on the opposite side of the spectrum! I’ve got all girls – so my husband is in your shoes! Congratulations on your big day (or I guess his too!) You put things so nicely – I’ve never thought about it from someone on the other side of things with all boys! Thanks for sharing your side! Stopping by to say hello from SITS. Have a great week.

  4. Wow that was so sweet! My oldest two are boys and I always thought it would be so neat to have all boys! However, I’m very thankful to have my little girl! Thanks for coming by my blog today! I love the letter you wrote in your other post…I got all weepy!

  5. I’m sure this is one lucky girl to have a man raised by such a wonderful mom. I’m glad you’ve gotten to experience a little bit of the girly side.

  6. Great post! I have never thought about it that way. A girl’s world is definitely a whole lot different than a boy’s world when you look at it that way.

    • I have got to brag on that dress. It’s a Calvin Kline Bolero dress that I bought on-line–’cause who’s going shopping with the Mother of the Groom? Not the boys! It was 60% off the original price and the only one left was in my size. It was $128. That was a definite gift from God! Thanks for encouraging words from the girls’s room!:)

  7. What a wonderful story! I’ve really enjoyed perusing your blog tonight. I’ve added you to my Bloglines feed reader.

    BTW, you look so pretty in your blue dress!

    Blessings,

    e-Mom @ Chrysalis

  8. That dress!

    You look gorgeous.

    I think that the mother of the groom could have stolen the show.

    Glad that you enjoyed getting to be with the girls for a change.

  9. What a wonderful post! Having only one daughter I remember all of the Girls room chatter for weddings, pageants and proms. Thanks so much for bringing some of those memories back to me. Now I have a grandson and another on the way – I guess one day I will know all about what goes on in the Boys room. lol

    You looked absolutely beautiful in your dress!!

    I am hoping over to welcome you to SITS! I know your going to enjoy being a part of our SITStahood!

    So glad I hoped over today!

  10. That is a beautiful picture of you. And what a difference in the worlds of boys vs. girls. At a friend’s wedding in Fl, I had to run an errand to the boys room and was shocked at how different it was! Of course, the girls room was the pent house on top of the hotel overlooking the ocean and there were professional makeup artists and hair dressers (NICE wedding 🙂 but still…there was a different vibe.

    Thanks for all your posts. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, as a mother of three sons, hearing your stories is great for me.

  11. Love, love, love this post! You look beautiful and I’m so glad you got to be in the girls’ room! Abbye is a joy I am thankful for every day but I cherish my boys too. Their differences are what make them each unique and VERY special!

    Debbie

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