Violet Nash(born February 26th, 2010) poses at the Pottery Barn Halloween Kids’ event this past week. Check out more pictures of Christina and Violet at the Rally for Kids with Cancer Scavenger Hunt 2010 on October 23, 2010 in Los Angeles, CA.
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its such a pity she duznt luk like her mama
hahahahaha i love that little chubby girl sooooo much
she’s the most cutest bck i ever saw
p.s: i don’t think she’s big fan of cameras
she’s an adorable munchkin from oz
she is so cute one of my favorite bck. christina sure does keep her looking cute.
Cute. Happy first Halloween little Miss Violet.
She’s soo cute! She’s starting to look more like Christina
Violet is just delectable and I need to know where her mama purchases her clothes! BCK please due a baby fashion piece for those of us mommies who like to keep their babies looking adorable as well!
Little fat cutie pie. She is adorable and I love how christina dresses her.
i love lil squidggy plump babies….
aww cute…i know she is a baby , but i don’t think i have ever seen a pic of violet smiling..she has her mean mug face on lock lol
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