Ladybird Communion Dress, Jacket and Bag Set - Was £42.00 Now £11.99 + p&p @ Bargain Crazy - HotUKDeals
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Beautiful set. Available in ages 5-6, 6-7 and 7-8.

Ladybird Communion Dress, Jacket and Bag Set
This set comes on a padded hanger with organza shroud
It consists of a sequin and embroidered duchess satin dress with rosebud detail to waist
There is a matching bolero and a drawstring bag with rosebud detail
Material Content: Outer and Lining: Polyester excluding trims, Net: Polyamide
Garment Care: Machine washable
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#1
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#2
This is a gorgeous little set,
cant go wrong for the price.
Thanks for posting.

It's currently £38 at woolies,

http://www.woolworths.co.uk/communion-dress-jacket-and-bag-set/709249540.prd?browseToken=%2fq%2fcommunion&prdToken=/p/prod2680027-sku5981452

better pics of the item on their site and shows the sequinned bodice part of the dress in more detail.

Really good buy.
Thanks again
#3
anyone know of any codes about at this mo in time?
#4
would make a beautiful bridesmaid dress at a great price.......heat added
#5
The price now is good I agree, but don't compare woolies prices as they are not like they used to be. I find the 'new' woolies a bit expensive compared to the original shops.
Ladybird clothes can often be found at discounted prices in small local children's clothing shops....if you can find one the multiples haven't put out of business !
#6
This sort of indoctrination of children who are to young to understand whatis going on is an obscenity. Cold.
#7
Baldieman64
This sort of indoctrination of children who are to young to understand whatis going on is an obscenity. Cold.
And who are you to decide this?!
#8
PenPink
Baldieman64
This sort of indoctrination of children who are to young to understand whatis going on is an obscenity. Cold.
And who are you to decide this?!
The reply would perhaps be something like....and who decides what is right or wrong ? Whilst not argreeing that religious belief is an obscenity, the number of wars and deaths caused by religious views should make us all stop and think sometimes.
#9
Goodness me... It is just a communion dress does it really need to start a debate about religion. A great deal so voted hot. No I'm not catholic but my daughter would love to dress up in this and as suggested a great bridesmaid dress
#10
And who are you to decide this?!

Just an ordinary bloke - but I happen to think that:
It's ethically wrong to tell small children that if they are naughty, they will burn in hell for ever.
Telling children that as they take communion, the wafer and the wine physically transform into human flesh and blood as they consume it is pretty disgusting.
If forcing children into a marrage is wrong when they don't understand what it's about, it makes little difference to the amount of stress and anguish involved whether it's a marrage to a man or a purely ceramonial marrage to a no existant diety.
#11
i dont remember hearing that at a communion i was at in may!
voted hot its a great find for any little girl :)
#12
wookiemummy
Goodness me... It is just a communion dress does it really need to start a debate about religion. A great deal so voted hot. No I'm not catholic but my daughter would love to dress up in this and as suggested a great bridesmaid dress


+1,
not interested in it for its original purpose personally,
just a good buy for special occassions etc.
I'd normally pay more than £15 for a dress for my daughter for special occassions, ie Xmas as she likes to get dressed up for it, so for the dress and jacket its a good deal.
As i said to my o/h earlier, for £15 even if she only uses it in her bedroom for dressing up, it's still a good buy as i know she'll get enjoyment out of it.

Each to their own though, we're all entitled to an opinion.
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This is a website about good deals not philosophical debates on belief. If you got a problem (pro/con) theres plenty of other sites/forums to rant/debate on.
#14
Baldieman64
And who are you to decide this?!
Just an ordinary bloke - but I happen to think that:It's ethically wrong to tell small children that if they are naughty, they will burn in hell for ever.Telling children that as they take communion, the wafer and the wine physically transform into human flesh and blood as they consume it is pretty disgusting.If forcing children into a marrage is wrong when they don't understand what it's about, it makes little difference to the amount of stress and anguish involved whether it's a marrage to a man or a purely ceramonial marrage to a no existant diety.

Baldieman64
This sort of indoctrination of children who are to young to understand whatis going on is an obscenity. Cold.

And you think you're not indoctrinating your kids (if you have any or when you have them)?

Unless you are going to be abandoning your children in a jungle and letting them grow up in the wild, you will also be indoctrinating your children with your world view, your opinions, your beliefs, your ethics, and also with your lack of ethics, your lack of opinions, your lack of beliefs.

Its known as being a parent.

Edited By: oceanic on Aug 19, 2010 21:59: spelling

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