You can tell she's my daughter--it's the purse, right?Technorati tags: Wordless Wednesday, parenting, motherhood, ninjas
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Ha! You never know when you might need to freshen your lip gloss in the middle of a fight.
Well, yeah, where else is she going to keep the nunchucks?
LOL, can't beat a well accessorized ninja! Happy WW :)
That so totally rocks!
that is so adorable.
Now that is great. Love it!!
That would be to hide the "secret ninja girl only" weapons!
So cute. Love it.
I love it!
I love this picture! How great is that? She's adorable!
McKenzie would agree a ninja needs a purse! She took hers to TaeKwonDo but they wouldn't let her hold it in class.
Are they using swords for Kendo? A ninja with a purse - isn't it cool!
She is very clever, balancing the purse whilst still managing ti ninja all over the place.Just thought I'd let you know that the background is working for me now. It must of been my computer, I was having major issues with it.zmwf
LOL! How cute and clever! Definitely a modern gal!
The 21st century Ninja! Complete with a lovely purse. :D
Accessories make the outfit! Thanks for sharing this priceless moment.
Even ninjas must accessorize!
If she didn't have the purse, where would she put her throwing stars? ;)
What a priceless picture! Yes, the purse just proves she's your daughter! Hehehehe! Very cute picture! Thanks for sharing!
Ha! That one made me laugh!
Ha! A ninja with a purse! I love it!
Very amusing, the well accessoried ninja.
That photo is priceless!
LOLOL! OMG -I LOVE her! *grin*
Great new look on your site. That a real ninjas with the purse.
michelle:oh that is a hoot that you even pointed that out! katheen :)
I will be on the lookout for those black jelly beans:) Dad and I used to fight over them and we were tickled when we were able to buy bags of nothing but.
Love this. I have pics of my girls playing soccer out front in their princess gowns. Yep, girls and their accesories :)
Love your post title!
You can tell that she's a girly-girl if she wears her purse in ninja training. That's a priceless picture.My younger daughter didn't carry one until high school, but she jumped straight to the huge, carry-small-children-if-need-be sized purses. Her friends picked on her about her "grandma" purses. But she has a long memory and if one of the offenders wanted a piece of gum or something later, she'd get them back by loudly proclaiming that "look who wants something from my grandma purse! oh yeah, NOW you want something when while ago I was the essence of uncool!"Good times.
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