Christina Milian & Her Beautiful Baby

Christina Milian & Her Beautiful Baby

Absolutely gorgeous!

A radiant Christina Milian stepped out with her adorable 3 1/2-month-old daughter Violet in Los Angeles, Calif. last week. The pair were accompanied by Christina’s mom Carmen as they headed to lunch.

“She looked very happy and she’s a very loving mom,” an onlooker says of Christina. “She kissed the baby at least 30 times in the three hours they were there!”

Violet is the first child for the 28-year old Grammy-nominated singer, while husband The-Dream, (real name Terius Youngdell Nash) has three other children from a previous relationship.

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  1. Anonymous

    Chubby little cutie, look at those shoes!

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  2. carolyn

    Gorgeous!

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  3. Anonymous

    So cute and squeezable. You can tell Christina is over the moon with her sweetheart doll baby. Soooo adorable!

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  4. Vanessa

    Cute baby!

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  5. Anonymous

    What a cutie…love her chubby little legs.

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  6. melo1983

    Aw this is precious!! Christina is soo gorgeous and look at Violet! And one of my friends just got those cute little shoes in white for her baby girl! Cute.

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  7. Anonymous

    bless them, Christina looks SO happy, and so does Violet.

    I don’t know much about Christina, but didn’t she start out as a Disney starlet type? Eh, I’ll just google it.

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  8. Serene Heaven

    She is adorable, and that little bow is the cherry to top it off :)

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  9. Lioness

    Oh my goodness, that little chubba is too stinkin’ cute!!

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  10. Carl Barron

    The order of importance as to breeding should be as follows:

    1 Free of genetic disease
    2 High intelligence
    3 Good looks should be third.

    As humans we breed in general very unwisely, we go for looks, wealth then intelligence, what is the good of having these three primaries if there is genetic disease?

    If you were breeding live stock you would want them to be free of genetic disease as a primary driver in the selection process, breeding by good looks alone is futile.

    Signed Carl Barron
    Systems Formalist Designer and Inventor
    Chairman of agpcuk

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  11. jayla

    cute baby violet is very beautiful:)

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  12. Jonnie

    What liberating knodwlege. Give me liberty or give me death.

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