Tori Spelling & Her Yo Gabba Gabba Group

Tori Spelling & Her Yo Gabba Gabba Group

Check out these adorable Yo Gabba Gabba fans!

Tori Spelling tweeted this sweet snapshot on Wednesday of her three children Liam, 4, Stella, 3, and Hattie, 2 months, donning some hats characterized after the beloved Plex, Foofa and Toodee from Nick Jr.’s Yo Gabba Gabba children’s show stating, “Is that Liam, Hattie, and Stella or Plex, Tuttie, and Foofa from @yogabbagabba ? http://pic.twitter.com/7sMqTOHZ”

The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum may have grown up in a life full of decandence (and a 56,500 square foot mansion) but she and husband Dean McDermott are opting to teach their children the value of a sustainable lifestyle.

In fact, the couple have actually moved out of their 7,000 square foot home and swapped it for a 2 acre property in Malibu where the family can grow their own food, care for animals and be more in touch with nature. They are also trying to keep their lives free of “stuff.”

“It’s true that the simpler life is such a better way,” Tori says. “We all accumulate so much, and we feel like we can’t live without stuff. We really don’t need any of that stuff to make it work and be happy.”

When describing her new digs, Tori states, “Spacewise, we have less than half of what we had before, but our old home wasn’t conducive to farm living. Sustainable farming is a lifestyle we want to teach our children. We wanted to grow our own vegetables and fruit trees.”

Good for you Tori & Dean!

Filed under: Celebrity Kids,Hattie McDermott,Liam McDermott,Stella McDermott

Photo credit: Twitter

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  1. Arabella

    adorable picture

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  2. Lora

    wow hattie looks like exactly stella. adorable all kids

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