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PHOTO GALLERY: Girls, ages 2 and 3, compete for title at Boone County Fair

Saturday, July 23, 2011 | 7:45 p.m. CDT
Marley Delgado accompanied by her parents, Breane and Hilario, wears a tiara after winning first in her age group during the Girl's Baby Contest on Saturday at Boone County Fairgrounds.

COLUMBIA — Bubbles, crowns, tangled hair and fancy dresses were part of the Girl's Baby Contest at the Boone County Fair on Saturday.

 

 

Addison Knigge, who was one of the 2010 Girl's Baby Contest winners, gets her hair brushed by her mom, Jessica, and grandma, Deb Donovan, before the competition Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. "Usually, I just turn on the TV, and she's fine," said Jessica Knigge, who did not have a television to distract Addison at the show.
Two-year-old Callie Shepherd stretches out her hand with pink nail polish to catch a floating bubble during the Girl's Baby Contest Saturday at Boone County Fairgrounds.
Nate Knigge wipes his daughter's eyes as as she is held by her mother, Jessica, after the Girl's Baby Contest Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Addison reached for the microphone after winning first place for the second year in the 2- to 3-year-old category, but instead she received a face full of bubbles.
Eight-month-old Berkeley Robinson collects her winnings during the Girl's Baby Contest as her mother, Morgan, carries her off stage Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds. All participants received a bag of assorted donations which included a coloring book with coloring supplies, a ruler and various other items.

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Corey Parks July 24, 2011 | 8:31 a.m.

Cant get more disturbing then this.

Though it is not as bad as the child porn TLC marches across the TV with tots and tiaras

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