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When Leah from N’Tended for Kids in Lynchburg, VA sent us photos of her delightful daughters, we jumped at the chance to use them as our Le Top Darlings of the Day. It just doesn’t get better than this. Not one but three beautiful little girls in our adorable summer fashions. Grace (3-years-old) and her twin sisters, Lila and Addison (8-months-old) are making the most of their summer by frequenting the beach in their Le Top “Love Bug” pinafore (top) and “Catch a Wave” (middle) bathing suits, and Le Top “Sun and Sea” cross-back jumpsuits (bottom).

We’re told that Grace loves clothes and shoes! She dresses herself in the morning and then wants her sisters’ outfits to be coordinated with hers. Aawwe!! The twins think that Grace is an amazing and absolutely hilarious big sister. They laugh at any and everything she says. Grace’s personal fave-collecting shells on the beach. Though the twins are not so thrilled with the sand they do love strolling on the beach.

Congratulations Grace, Lila and Addi on your Le Top Darling of the Day title!!!!

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Today’s Darling, Ruby (15-months-old) likes emptying her big sister Cam-Ly‘s puzzle toys all over the floor, but clearly has no idea how to put the puzzles together… yet.  She also enjoys skooting around on the floor, big breakfasts and never tires of the fact that a baby in the mirror looks just like her. Sooo precious! Ruby has a cheerful, relaxed disposition and loves people. Congrats beautiful girl on your being crowned the Le Top Darling of the Day!

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No, I did not say that!

A mother overheard her son and his friend talking…

Why didn’t your mom make you a sister?”

–Daniel, age 5

Editor’s Note:
Please spread the giggles by sharing your funny quotes with us!

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We think lovely Natalie (3-years-old) and her little sister Kylie (16 months) are the bees knees. Kylie is even a model for our Le Top Fall 2011 campaign! We can’t wait to share the photos with you. Congratulations to stunning siblings Natalie and Kylie for being our Le Top Darlings of the Day!

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No, I did not say that!

Mommy, Paulo is going poo-poo because he’s making his poo-poo face.”

– Miranda, age 5

Editor’s Note:
Please spread the giggles by sharing your funny quotes with us!

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Paulo was put in a timeout while on a playdate. His friend, Amalie, decided to join him for moral support.

I started putting Paulo in timeouts when he was about 12-months old. It seemed so silly to put him in a corner because at his age I didn’t really know if he understood the reason or grasped the concept. According to Dr. Sears, timeouts should be around one minute per year of age. So since he was a year old, he sat in the “naughty corner” for one minute.

The first time I put him in timeout, he sat for about two seconds, then ran back to me with a big smile. I guess he thought it was a game. I couldn’t help but smile back because he was just so darn cute! So just what every mother would do, I swooped him up and showered him with kisses until he giggled.

The subsequent times that followed weren’t “cute” anymore. This time I meant business! Every time he hit his sister, he was sent to the naughty corner. I guess after many timeouts, it finally clicked.  Now at 21-months, he runs up to his sister, hits her, then walks to his corner. (Stinker!) Ok, I guess he learned the wrong lesson, but in his defense, he usually hits his sister if she happens to take away the toy he was playing with.

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Last Sunday my sister called my mom and I and told us that my niece wanted us all to go with her on a girls’ shopping day.  Apparently, my nephew was on fishing trip with his dad, so my niece, Megan, decided she wanted to do something with “the girls”.  We were pleasantly surprised by the impromptu shopping opportunity and eagerly hopped in the car to meet up with them at the local Nordstrom’s for our girls’ day out. 

Megan showing off her fashion accessories while wearing her Le Top Forget-Me-Not Garden dress.

It wasn’t the kind of marathon shopping I usually associate with a girls’ shopping day; it was just a nice little trip to the children’s department of one of our favorite stores. We saw lots of things we liked and even bought a few, but we didn’t spend hours in the dressing rooms or walk from store to store until we were too tired to carry our bags anymore (although I’m sure we will when Megan becomes a teenager). We did, however, try on some hats and hairbands; my niece and I are suckers for accessories.

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