The cuteness was almost unbearable Thursday night at the fairgrounds. The annual DeKalb County Fair Baby Show was held for one day to twelve-month-old children.
In the boys one day to three month category, Knox Carter Bowen, the one-month-old son of Jacob and Kayla Bowen of Dowelltown took first prize, and Dyllan Thomas Bates, the two-month-old son of Thomas Bates and Ada Bates of DeKalb County took the runner-up spot.
In the girls one day to three month division, Tillie Kate Stanley, three-month-old daughter of Matt and Jessica Stanley of Alexandria took the blue ribbon, with Jaedyn Claire Dunaway, the one-month-old daughter of Justin and Jessica Dunaway of Smithville was runner-up.
The boys 4-6 month contest saw Carson Blayne Turbeville, the five-month-old son of Andy and Emily Turbeville of Alexandria take first place.
Kendyl Reign Atnip, the-four-month old daughter of Cody and Brooke Atnip of DeKalb County, was awarded first place in the Girls 4-6 month category, while Jazlin Cantrell, the six-month-old daughter of Joseph and Nikki Cantrell of Smithville was runner-up.
The winner of the boys 7-9 month category was Caiton France, the seven-month-old son of Kaylyn and Casey France of Dowelltown. The runner-up was Cooper Jennings, the nine-month-old son of Dewaine and Tonya Jennings of Smithville.
In the girls 7-9 month contest, the winner was Rayleigh Grace Randolph, the seven-month-old daughter of Jared and Kayla Randolph of Smithville. Runner-up went to Chloe Payton Myers, the eight-month-old daughter of Gary Myers and Crystal Stibil of Smithville.
Navadius Cash won the Boys 10-12 month division. He is the ten-month-old son of Aaliyah Bass and Marv Cash of Alexandria. Trenton Davenport, the eleven month old son of Crystal and Benjie Davenport of Liberty, took the runner-up spot.
Nevaeh Anderson, the twelve month old daughter of Tori Tate and David Anderson of Liberty took first prize in the Girls 10-12 month competition. Isabella Rose Blackford, the ten-month-old daughter of Nichole and Bobby Blackford of Smithville was named runner-up.