My daughter, who was born just three months ago, is getting her own prom dress.
The gown is a black prom dress with a white lace-up collar, and her dress was made for her by her mother, who made it for her in her own home.
“She’s really happy with it,” Melanie, a mother of two, told the Washington Post.
It’s a pretty dress that has lots of room for her to wear, and it’s pretty for her because it’s not going to be a lot of extra fabric or extra fabric-like things like she would wear on her birthday, she said.
And it’s made by a local shop, so she gets to make it herself.
I made it, and I’m really proud of it,” she said of her new outfit.
As for the dress, Melanie said she’s proud that her daughter is being more adventurous with her dressmaking skills.
Melania said she hopes to continue making dresses for the future. “
And it was just a fun thing to do for her, to have her make her own dresses.”
Melania said she hopes to continue making dresses for the future.
[More from ABC News: Prom dresses have a future in the ‘new normal’ of ‘real life’ ] The dress was originally designed for my daughter to wear on Valentine’s Day.
But the dress was not quite ready for her due to her health condition, so it went to the local costume store and got made.
And when my daughter was in school, she wanted a dress, but it was only for her birthday.
And now, after seeing her prom gown, I think she likes it,” Melanie told ABC News.
You can see more of Melanie’s photos here.