Barker's tradition of inking his kids' names continues with baby No. 4
Travis Barker is adding someone special to his immense collection of body art.
On his Snapchat Story on Monday, the Blink-182 drummer, 47, shared some scenes from a recent tattoo session. First, the father of four showed a photo of a stencil near some tattoo equipment reading youngest son Rocky's name. Later photos show Barker getting more ink added to his head, though it's unclear if that's where that particular tattoo went.
Barker has the names of many of his loved ones tattooed, including his three older kids — daughter Alabama Luella, 18, and son Landon, 20, plus stepdaughter Atiana De La Hoya, 24, all of whom he shares with his ex-wife Shanna Moakler.
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Barker also shared an adorable photo of an infant-sized boxing uniform, reading "Rocky" across the waistband. It also included a small set of gloves, with one that also says "Rocky" and the other reading "Barker."
Earlier this month, Barker went with daughter Alabama to get some fresh tattoos to kick off the new year.
Alabama's first story was a picture of her and her dad flashing peace signs at her camera while they were presumably prepping to get tattooed at the same time. "Tatted together," she captioned the picture.
Since Rocky’s arrival, Barker and his POOSH founder wife, 44, haven’t shared much about their new bundle of joy. But on Dec. 22 the pair offered fans their first glimpse of the baby in a candid Instagram carousel.
Simply captioned “ROCKY” alongside a black heart emoji, the post featured five snaps. One showed the trio together, while another featured the star breastfeeding her son, and a third depicted the drummer tenderly cradling the newborn. The tot was wearing a black onesie in all of the snaps.
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