Luke Bryan’s babies are NOT babies anymore.

When we saw this adorable photo Luke posted on his Instagram, we did a double take.

That cannot possibly be little Bo Bryan … this kid looks grown up!

It is Bo, and he is a young man now—almost 10 years old.

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And he’s so handsome, like a perfect blend of his mama Caroline and Luke.

Luke and Bo recently enjoyed a little time in the duck blind, the perfect father-son bonding moment this holiday, and no doubt some special one-on-one time for Luke and his firstborn.


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And of course, their chocolate Labrador Retriever “Choc” did his part to help out that day, and even got his own post on Instagram.

“Choc crushed it today,” Luke posted.

Choc crushed I‎t today.

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Choc has apparently been crushing it every hunt.

Choc is ready

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And let’s not forget the cutie pie who helped Luke build the blinds: the one and only Boss.

Me and Boss building duck blinds.

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Luke has been getting in the duck blind quite a bit now that his touring year has wrapped up, even bringing his pals along for the fun.

Three weirdos

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But nothing compares to the joy he feels when he shares these moments with his sons. The Bryan family is the true embodiment of Luke’s single “Huntin’, Fishin’, and Lovin’ Every Day.” It’s all about family, traditions and love.

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We can’t wait to see holiday photos from this bunch … with Choc and Boss, of course!

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Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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