Sandra Bullock was photographed leaving her home in Los Angeles, California today with her son, Louis Bardo Bullock.
The 16-month-old cutie looked dapper in a gray driver’s cap, jeans, and a tshirt.
More pictures below!
He reminds me of my nephew when he was little. He used to give people such ‘death stares’, that the nurse was afraid to give him his shots at the clinic ‘cos she said he was looking at her like he’d never forget her face or what she did to him.
He is such a cutie (wow this is ny week…Kenzo and Louis featured in one week)!
Wait till he realizes who his adopted mother Sandra B. is. He’ll really be posing and smiling. Lucky little boy. He is cute now, but lets see how he turn out as he grow up.
No. She’s the LUCKY one.
I love Lou he is just so cute I want to bite him but he looks so mean I dare not too lmao
HE IS SO CUTE AND I CANT WAIT FOR HIS HAIR TO GROW INTO A BIG AFRO. SO I CAN SEE HOW MANY IGNORANT COMMENTS WILL BE ON HERE.
I don’t think there will be many… People save the hateful hair comments for the black little girls. For the most part black boys can get away with having a fro.
You think so? Nah I think it’s equal.
he is cute but this looks like the same photo from earlier/last week.
This is my little guy right here. Love Sandra’s fedora.
Little Louie is an old soul just like his namesake.
He’s guarding his mama! And he probably doesn’t like the paparazzi being around. Cute kid
The little teddy bear!! I love his & Sandra hats. His serious looks makes him so much cuter. He really isn’t a fan of camera’s lol. He’s such a little man
I usually don’t comment on posts about him but dang this pic is too cute!
Smile or no smile, he is so cute & so serious.
He used to look mad all the time. Now he just looks vaguely irritated. lol
I love this kid! He’s like h*ll no I won’t smile, and you can’t make me…
Took the words out of my mouth!LOL
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