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Old 10-21-2005, 10:50 PM   #1
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My daughter is two and she wants to dance, so this year i will be making her regalia. her big sis dances fancy shawl. we are apache and dance more traditional and often we dont dance powwows. My little one wants to dance, what do you think is the best tiny tot style of dance/dress?
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Hey, I have three children.My oldest daughter(7) dances fancy shawl.My little daughter (4) usually wants to do everthing like my oldest one does.So I made her one too.They both love it.They get to dance,spin,hop,and show off their shawls.
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it has been a toss up between fancy shawl and cloth, but my daughter is probly to young for s.cloth. The little one is pudgy and dosent move much, if buckskin wasnt so expensive and more for the older kids i would say it was perfect for her. i do think i am going with fancy shawl. Thanks for the post.
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