Beautiful BabyLand General!
Happy birthday, Harper! Thanks for including us in your special day.
Andy Warhol prints of Cabbage Patch Kids are all over the museum and nurseries. Very cool.
Emery checking out the very expensive, hand stitched newborns. Diana and I were a little panicky at this point because we thought the only dolls for sale for the handmade in BabyLand dolls! Thankfully, we found another section with dolls that are made somewhere else but available for purchase only at BabyLand. We knew we didn't want to get them something that they could get at Wal-Mart, but we weren't really excited at the thought of spending over $200 on a babydoll!
All these dolls were decked out in SEC gear. SO EXCITED FOR FOOTBALL!!!
What a bizarre concept
A birth! This was hilarious for the adults in attendance....the mother cabbage was dialated to a full ten "leaves," but it was a "branch" delivery. Thankfully, a C-section ("cabbage section") was not necessary, just an "easyotomy." Obviously the kids didn't get any of these references, but Diana and I thought it was super cute.
Emery and Harper each chose newborn baby girls. Emery named her doll Kelsey and Harper named her new baby Ella.
Leaving the adoption room
Meltdown because I wouldn't buy her the stroller, which is exactly like the one she has a home. The joys of having a two year old.
Lunch at Arby's afterwards. The girls ate ketchup only. They were too busy playing with Ella and Kelsey and running wild. The drive was not too bad. About an hour and forty-five minutes from Greenville. Emery and Harper watched "Finding Nemo" and colored for much of the drive.