by Karla ° Wednesday, June 13, 2007
You know my brother has rolled into town when Nate starts looking like a hip hop hooligan.

All that’s missing is the shizzle speak, baby bling and a crayola marker to graffiti my walls.

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The cutest little home-dawg ever! He's looking so big and grown-up!
Posted by Anonymous Amanda :  June 13, 2007

I love it yo!
He looks great, such a cutie.
Posted by Blogger Heather :  June 13, 2007

Posted by Blogger Gina :  June 13, 2007

that is far better then the cowboy boots, wranglers and button down cowboy shirt my dad brought here the other he's looking for a giant belt buckle...sigh

I hear Baby Gap is coming out with a line of baby bling for the fall. :-) Nate would rock it!
Posted by Blogger M :  June 13, 2007

Baby Nate's a gangster.
Posted by Blogger Christy :  June 14, 2007

You need to jack them shorts down! I can see too much leg! Aren't babies fun to dress up? Just like little baby dolls...well, baby dolls that move and poop and cry, that is!
Posted by Blogger Christi :  June 14, 2007

Looks like trademark LL Cool J tongue flirting with sneaking out of the mouth and making a sexy little wet lip pout. Ok, seriously, I sound like a freak.
Posted by Blogger AmandaD :  June 14, 2007

OMG! Love that photo!! I have 3 boys... I can appreciate a good hat to the side and cool-ass outfit!! Love it!!
My boys look that way when "Uncle Doug" (Daddy's best friend from childhood) rolls in!
- Audrey
Pinks & Blues Girls

Posted by Anonymous Dani :  June 14, 2007

So adorable! I could never get the boys to wear shades at that age!
Posted by Blogger Cate :  June 16, 2007

I can't believe you can keep those sunglasses on him!

The cutie pie.
Posted by Blogger Eva :  June 17, 2007


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