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Girl wears First Communion dress made from mom's wedding gown
Lily Whittaker's First Communion dress may have been the typical white color, but it was far from average . The dress was made from the wedding gown that Lily’s mother, Quinn Whittaker, wore, which was made by her grandmother, Suzanne Kelley. Whittaker, of Lima, Ohio, said she started to panic a
Wisconsin high school junior makes prom dresses for 6 friends
Maggie McGlenn, a junior at Madison East High School in Wisconsin, created prom dresses for herself and six friends.
Wisconsin high school junior makes prom dresses for 6 of her friends
These students from Madison East High School in Wisconsin sure had a lot to smile about before prom on April 29. All of their prom dresses were homemade for free by junior Maggie McGlenn. “I’ve been sewing since I was in sixth grade,” the fashion-forward McGlenn, 17, told ABC News . “My mom got me
Parenting: Are we getting a raw deal?
(Editor's note: This article originally appeared on RhondaStephens.wordpress.com . It has been reprinted here with permission.) Summer 1974. I’m 9 years old. By 7:30 am, I’m up and out of the house, or if it’s Saturday I’m up and doing exactly what my father, Big Jerry, has told me to do. Might be
Mary Tyler Moore's Difficult Upbringing and Show Business Debut
After losing a Danny Thomas sitcom role, her career took off after being cast as Laura Petrie in "The Dick Van Dyke Show."
Entertain with Tupperware!
Tupperware consultant Aunt Barbara shares the very best storage systems with which to host your holiday party!
Woman Designs Her Own 'Woodland Fairytale' Wedding Dress Over 6 Months
Once upon a time there was a beautiful “Woodland Fairytale” bride. Her name is Harmony Lawrence, and she spent six months designing her fall-themed wedding gown. Using gold and brown colors, she carefully crafted her unique gown as well as her groom’s outfit. “About three of the those months were
Patriotic Duct Tape Statues Take Over Cleveland for RNC
ABC News' Charli James reports from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.
10 Things That Drive American Consumers Crazy
A new survey of American consumers shows that complaints about auto and home repairs are still at the top of the list when it comes to buyer headaches, but a relatively insidious problem has been identified as the fastest-growing issue: fraudsters tricking people out of their hard-earned money. The
Beyonce Says High-End Designers Didn't Want to Dress Destiny's Child
Beyonce has long proved that she is a fashion icon, but receiving the Fashion Icon Award at the 2016 CFDA Awards Monday, the singer recalled a time when high-end designers would not give her the time of day. "As long as I can remember, fashion has been part of my life. Its effect on me actually