Burma and Isaac Naylor, along with their two youngest children, met “AFV” host Alfonso Ribeiro in November at a taping of the show. Their 18-year-old son was unable to attend as he was playing in Idaho’s high school football playoffs.
Burma and Isaac Naylor, along with their two youngest children, met “AFV” host Alfonso Ribeiro in November at a taping of the show. Their 18-year-old son was unable to attend as he was playing in Idaho’s high school football playoffs. Burma Naylor via Facebook
Burma and Isaac Naylor, along with their two youngest children, met “AFV” host Alfonso Ribeiro in November at a taping of the show. Their 18-year-old son was unable to attend as he was playing in Idaho’s high school football playoffs. Burma Naylor via Facebook

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