Sandra Bullock's Son Louis, 3, Shows Off New Mohawk Haircut: Picture

Celebrity Moms Sep. 30, 2013 AT 4:30PM
Louis Bullock with a new haircut in New York on September 30, 2013
Sandra Bullock's 3-year-old son Louis debuted a new mohawk hairdo on the streets of New York City on Monday, Sept. 30. Credit: Splash News

Look who's all grown up! Sandra Bullock's 3-year-old son Louis was donning a tiny suit and tie just last week at the actress' handprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, but on Monday, Sept. 30, the little tyke switched up his look for more casual attire during a stroll through NYC.

Bullock's main man showed off a punk rocker style with a freshly cut mohawk hairstyle, which was appropriately paired with a grey skull-and-bones graphic T-shirt and khaki pants. Louis topped off his look with a pair of black-and-white sneakers.

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In his left hand, he held onto a tiny toy plane, a sippy cup firmly in his grip in his other hand.

Bullock, 49, has made it no secret that she is head-over-heels for her son, and would drop the Hollywood scene in a heartbeat if it meant that he could have the best childhood possible. 

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"I think this business can take the child out of kids so quickly," the Gravity actress told the October issue of Vogue. "I don't want him to have pressures brought on by what I do. I will quit. I will leave. If I see whatever I'm doing affecting him negatively, I will pack up and move to Alaska."

At present, at least, Bullock tells CNN that Louis seems to be enjoying his time around set, and still sees her as Mom, not a world-famous celebrity.

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"He has no idea [that I'm famous]," Bullock said. "I'm simply the mom who makes the lunch, drives to school, finds where the toys are, washes the clothes, and I'm here to play. And that's all I should be. He should have no idea what I do. It should have no importance. …He's supposed to be a little person for as long as possible. And I hope I don't impede that by what I do."

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