Most families have heirlooms that they treasure and would never get rid of. They're not always in the best of condition or worth a lot of money. But to the family they are priceless. Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town has something like that. It's a couple hundred years old and not exactly in pristine condition. She says, "We have, in my family, a beat up Bible. The binding's falling off, some of the pages are stuff in there still. In the front is written the births of all the children since the mid-1800s in our family and some of the children weren't even named because they lived a day or two. Oh, it's so special, it's such a treasure."