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Sweet lil walks with this sweet lil guy ?? #Vacationmood @draperjamesgirl.

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Reese Witherspoon isn't the only fashion-forward member of her family, y'all—check out what her baby quickly growing son Tennessee Toth is wearing!

The Oscar winner Instagrammed a picture of herself and her stylin' 2-year-old looking oh so cute and ready for summer in these patterned ensembles. Reese, clearly happy to be in #Vacationmood and holding hands with "this sweet lil guy," is representing her Draper James line in her midi shirt dress with her Vanderbilt tote. As for Tennessee? He's straying a bit from stereotypical Southern style and rocking mismatched stripes, but as you can see, this look is clearly working for this handsome fella!

Tenneessee's actress mama, 39, isn't the only one helping to cultivate his unique sense of style—the Wild star's hubby Jim Toth surely helps out with wardrobe selection, as do Ava and Deacon Phillippe, Reese's children from her first marriage to Ryan Phillippe.

Ava, 15, and Deacon, 11, are a good bit older than their half-sibling, but whole gang gets along quite nicely. "It's interesting," Reese told Today of her varied brood. "Two different things are happening all the time."

But, she added, "It's kind of great because...my older kids are just so in love with their baby brother and help out so much. It's kind of like having this big extended family. We always talk about in our house, the more people that love you, the better your life is. So, I love it."

Reese sure seems to have a handle on this whole parenting thing now, but when she gave birth to daughter Ava when she was 23, she tells Glamour she "didn't know what she was doing."

"It was shocking," she told the mag. "When people ask, 'When's the best time to get pregnant?' I say, 'Pick the best day for when your entire life is gonna change.' There's no good time to have your world turned upside down," she joked, adding, "Seeing my kids for the first time was primal. The ferocity of love you feel for your children when you see them for the first time—but you've known them inside you—is phenomenal."

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