Samantha Harris & Friends Gather For A Good Cause

Samantha Harris & Friends Gather For A Good Cause

Gorgeous girls! The stars came out in Hollywood to show their support Tuesday evening (December 15) at JCPenney’s “Joy of Giving” event benefiting Friends of El Faro, which helps the Tijuana Casa Hogar Sion orphanage.

Molly Sims, spokesperson for the organization, was joined by Samantha Harris and her 2-year-old daughter Josselyn and Ryan and Trista Sutter and their 8-month-old daughter Blakesley Grace.

Samantha recently spoke to Celebrity Baby Scoop about being a good role model for Josselyn.

We all can commiserate [about mommy guilt]! It’s one of the most difficult inner struggles. I try to remind myself of what a great example working and striving sets for our daughter. To see both her parents out there accomplishing goals on a daily basis is a good thing!”

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Filed under: Ryan Sutter,Samantha Harris,Trista Sutter

Photo credit: Shannon Barrero

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  1. Anonymous

    Samantha Harris’ little girl is gorgeous!! I didn’t think we would ever get another peek at her!

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  2. I think Blakeseley is looking more and more like her dad

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  3. I think Blakeseley is looking more and more like her dad

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  4. alexa lillian

    Josselyn is such a beautiful baby

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  5. Anonymous

    Josselyn is gorgeous. I don’t think I’ve seen a photo of her since Samantha introduced her when she was first born.

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  6. Pencils

    Why does that poor kid have a bow taped to her head? It’s not necessary to signal her gender, she’s a baby–besides the fact that I’m sure she’s dressed like a baby girl. How do you even make a bow like that stick, and how do you keep the baby from ripping it off? I have a baby that’s a bit older who is just getting in her hair, and I would never stick a bow on her. And if I did, it wouldn’t last long!

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  7. Pencils

    And that little girl Josslyn is just beautiful. She’s going to be a heartbreaker.

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