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The lasering, a couple of weeks later, took about an hour, involving dozens of minute cauterizations, and I left the hospital with a heavy dressing over the eye, to protect it until the anesthesia wore off. Around 9 p.m. that night, I removed the dressing, not knowing what I would see, or not see. Desdekletrozole and nolvadex
This dress and top pattern from Fiddlehead are so stinkin’ cute and are perfect for staying cool this summer. She has the size listed as 24 months, but with a little adjusting you could make yours bigger or smaller, as needed. Go here for the free pattern and make one for your own little munchkin!
The Artful Parent made this dress using one of her daughter’s stained tees for the bodice! What a great way to freshen up a child’s wardrobe using what you already have! She explains how it’s done here!
JC Handmade has created a lovely downloadable tutorial showing how to make this little number. And, no need for a pattern…you’ll be making your own using something from your child’s closet! Click here to read more.
Dana, from Made, has quite a knack for refashioning clothing. Lately, she’s been remaking men’s shirts into the most adorable little dresses and, lucky for us, she just posted a tutorial on how she does it! Thanks, Dana! I can’t wait to tackle one of these!