'It doesn't make him gay'
After the hearing, Robertson said her son has become confused by the toenail panting and wearing pull-up diapers designed for little girls.
"(Kennedy) pulls down his pants and says, 'Mommy, look how pretty they are,'" she said of the diapers.
Robertson also recalled Kennedy informing her, "Big boys paint their nails," and said he refused to take a bath for two days to keep the blue polish on his nails from coming off.
"He'd say, 'Mommy, I don't want to get my nails wet. I don't want to mess them up,'" she said. "It took two hours to get him in the bath."
And Kennedy was not the only Urlacher who wouldn't listen to her, Robertson said, telling how her pleas to Brian to get him to cease the toenail painting and inappropriate diapering went unheeded.
"He says he can do whatever he wants," Robertson said. "(Urlacher said), 'It doesn't make him feminine. It doesn't make him gay.'
Brian Urlacher's wife demands the Chicago Bear stop painting their toddler son's toenails and dressing him in pink: "The mother, Tyna Robertson, threatened to block Urlacher from seeing the boy if the beefy linebacker kept up the alleged effeminate antics."
Lets hope they don't punish the big pup for being cool.
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