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B. I. G. ads in Old Navy




My nephew Brendan, whose initials are B. I. G., is a professional model and I was excited to see his print ads in Old Navy today. He's such a cutie. (Doesn't he look just like his lovely Aunt Kelly?) Brendan has been in some Mazda commercials and some other big brands, but for some reason, I was excited about the Old Navy ads because I shop there often. He's one year younger than my son, Christopher, and is my sister, Valerie's, second son. So when you're shopping, be sure to check for his photos and comment on this post about Brendan sightings--of course you can comment on the blog before you see the ad too! The manager at the Old Navy near me took my phone number and said she'd call me when they take the photos down, to give to me. Don't know what I'll do with them, but I thought it was rather thoughtful.

Comments

ninnies said…
wow... that's really exciting mom! I think it's so cool to be a model's cousin. He's really cute. Do you know if we're going to hang out w/ them any time soon?
♥Lindsey
Kelly said…
Lindsey, we might meet up with them in Oklahoma in August at Aunt Tracy's house.
Summer Adams said…
Wow, is he Valerie's son? He is just absolutely darling! Girls must be chasing him already, no doubt.
Kelly said…
Hi Summer,
Yes, he's Valerie's son. Chicks dig him...for an 8-year-old!
Chris and Mandi said…
You have all kinds of famous connections in your family Kelly. That is pretty awesome for him! He is so cute.
kelly - just another famous person coming out of your family!! Incredible. He's adorable.
Julie said…
Wow - another famous person in your family. How cool is that! I can see why he's a model b/c he is a cutie! It will be fun to see where this leads him!

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