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Christmas Shopping




Kayton browsing the Toys R Us ad from the Sunday paper. She is a very serious yet decisive shopper.  I now know what she is getting for Christmas.  Thanks Sunday paper!!

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Unknown said…
Could this child be any cuter? If you ever get sick of her, send her my way!
Cynthia said…
That photo totally makes me smile- it's that intense look on her face that makes it a classic. And who can blame her? This is one of the most important decisions a kid makes all year!
Kari said…
Awesome! Bella did this with the Target ads. She picked every page :o)
Childhood said…
I got a Toys R Us catalog in the mail the other day... my two girls went nuts fighting over it!
*~Petra~* said…
Ha... she is quite in to that Ad... so what did she decide on???
You have some of the MOST beautiful children....
Lisa said…
You mean thanks SANTA right? :)
Michelle Pixie said…
OMG that has got to be the cutest thing EVER!!
Hen Jen said…
cute, my kids do this, too! We don't let them watch anything with commercials, so the ads are the only way for them to scope out what they need/want...
NewlyParents said…
Cute! She's got on the hunt for something!
Cascia Talbert said…
That is cute! I hope she got what she wanted for Christmas.
Libby said…
She is SO cute!! And I love the name Kayton :)

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