Numb3rs star Alimi Ballard is pictured with his wife Dawn and their children Naya and Cairo. What a nice family portrait!
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Aww cute pix
What a beautiful and happy family! Love them!
I love these photos. So many times family pictures end up looking like those staged Sears portrait studio shots. They look extremely happy. Both he and his wife have beautiful smiles.
beautiful family pics! it’s nice to see a man that genuinely loves his wife and kids.
Wonderful pictures! Did anyone else notice that he is actually wearing his wedding band? There aren’t too many men out here anymore that wear that proudly! Kudos to Amili!
Love it to bittttsssss!!!
Gorgeous family! God Bless!!
Looks like this was a really fun photo shoot..not liking Cairo’s blazer.
Fun casual pics. Everyone seems so happy and relaxed.
Love this family. Beautiful.
beautiful family,it should be more like them!!
Nice pictures. They look very happy together. Beautiful family.
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