Thursday, December 3, 2009

WHY BABIES DON'T NEED EXPENSIVE TOYS!



I am just now getting a chance to look at the videos we made when Harper was here for Thanksgiving.

This shows why we don't need to spend much on gifts for Harper! She loves Tupperware!

She also likes to hear her Mother read and I believe Kelly knows this book by heart!

I think she would like to hold hands with Coco the Pug if her Mama would just let her!

18 comments:

run26.2mom said...

Too funny and adorable!
Wait til she wants a drum set....our oldest started out with tupperware, it only gets louder :) What fun.
Susan

Kelly@Keeping up with Kelly said...

thats just priceless too cute

Todd and Courtney said...

I love that video! Harper just gets cuter & cuter every single day. She and my little Lauren would be best buds :)

Kelley said...

That is the cutest video! What a sweet smile and adorable face. She lights up a room when she smiles.

Becky said...

What a cutie!!!

Lauren Kelly said...

We could learn a few things from Miss Harper, how to enjoy the simple things!!!! She's just too precious!!!! :)

Jacquie said...

I could watch video of her for hours! She has the best little personality!

Julie said...

Thank you for sharing! I loved the video. Harper has grown so much!

I know you were blessed at Thanksgiving!

Rebekah said...

this is what i have to keep telling myself with cilla since i want to buy her everything! the plastic spatula and spoon are her favorite things! i loved you loved your time with kelly, scott, and harper!!!

Susie from Bienvenue said...

It's the simple things in life that matter. My kids loved boxes. As a matter of fact I have a huge one in my bedroom at the moment. It's Maddys camp. She has her books and a pillow and hangs out in this huge box for hours. Why do they have to grow up...awww~

Nina said...

My niece Danica used to juts like the wrapping paper. She could have cared less about what was wrapped inside. She would always try and eat the paper. Ha! :)

mer@lifeat7000feet said...

Oh my word, I could eat her UP!

This is going to be your most fun Christmas yet. I'm thrilled for your family--Harper is such a gift!

By the way, my favorite one of those Sandra Boynton books is Barnyard Dance. If Harper doesn't have it, I think Nana needs to find it for her!

Crystal said...

This is just to cute!

Patty said...

You have a beautiful family!! We have been following Harper since her birth and just think she is the CUTEST thing ever!!! Thanks for sharing you family with us! We wish you a very Merry Christmas!

Patty in TX

Nina said...

Send me an email at nina_tarner@hotmail.com and I'll send you the recipe for the Chocolate Whopper cookies. It's a pretty extensive recipe and so that's why I never put it on the blog. Sorry! But I would love to share it with you! :)

Caroline said...

She has such a personality! :)

Tales From My Empty Nest said...

Thanks for stopping by to visit. I Nanny for 2 children, but the oldest (1st grade) is in school and has activities after school, so I don't have him much. The youngest is 3 and he is precious. Very loving and cuddly, but all boy! Being a Nanny is getting me prepared for being a Grandmother one day!I know you are so excited for Christmas this year with Harper. Love & blessings from NC!

DARA said...

I know you live in the South, but it cracks me up every time I here you all talk. Yes, I know, I'm easily entertained.