Kansas City, Mo (CNN) -- Baby Lisa Irwin has been missing from her home for 10 days, but people are just starting to find out what her mother was doing hours before her daughter disappeared from her crib.
Deborah Bradley, Lisa's mother, told police she put the baby down to sleep at 10:30 p.m. last Monday.
CNN obtained surveillance camera video from a nearby grocery store that shows Bradley walking in with a friend around 5:00 p.m. on October 3. She bought some baby food, baby wipes and a box of wine.
Bradley was in the store six minutes and could be seen smiling as she left the store.
Rebecca Guerrero, who works at Festival Foods Supermarket, and checked out Bradley from the store told CNN that everything seemed find that day. She'd seen Bradley for years and has seen Lisa.
Guerrero said for all the time that she's known her, Bradley and the baby's father, Jeremy Irwin, have always acted normal and happy. "She had a smile on her face, like she always does when she comes in here. She loves her kids to death."
The family of Baby Lisa is working with a high-profile investigator out of New York nicknamed Wild Bill. He said he is helping out the family and and to help deal with the media.
Wild Bill was expected to address the media Thursday.