Parents Release New Home Video of Missing Baby Lisa

Parents Release New Home Video of Missing Baby Lisa

The family of missing baby Lisa Irwin has just released home video of the adorable baby, who has been missing for 11 days.

The home videos, taken when Lisa was three months old, were posted online by her family in an apparent effort to win sympathy for her mother, Deborah Bradley, and father Jeremy Irwin.

The little girl vanished from her home in Kansas City, Missouri, on the evening of October 3. Despite the mysterious circumstances, her parents have denied any part in her disappearance.

"They seem to me to be two heartbroken parents that want to do whatever they can do to get their child back," says Chicago attorney Kathleen Zellner.

Zellner has spoken to the parents and downplays reports that Bradley failed a polygraph test.

"Baby Lisa's mother failed that lie detector test, how do you explain that?" asked INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander.

"You do not give a polygraph in the middle of an eleven-hour interrogation to a parent who's just lost their child. So, that means nothing. It means nothing," she said.

Meanwhile family members posted fliers outside one of their homes Friday.

Lisa's cousin, U.S. Marine Mike Lorette, choked as he made a plea for the little girl's safe return.

"I'd gladly give my life to bring Lisa home to us," he said.