Levi Johnston and Sunny Oglesby with their daughter, Breeze Beretta (Inside Edition)
Nearly two weeks after welcoming the controversially named Breeze Beretta — yes, the baby is named after a gun — Johnston appeared on "Inside Edition" Tuesday and shared pictures of he and his girlfriend, Sunny Oglesby, with their daughter. For the family photo shoot, the 22-year-old was outfitted in his finest camouflage outfit. Also standing out in the pics is the massive inkblot on his wedding ring finger. At one point, that spot is where Johnston had the name "Bristol" tattooed, but he has since covered it up — though it is unclear with what.
Despite his past tattoo drama, he eagerly inked the name of his new daughter on his bicep — months before she was born. "I was hoping it was a girl," Johnson told "Inside Edition." "I got the tattoo, so I'd be a little angry if it came out a boy."
It seems like Johnston's Playgirl days are behind him. Now an electrician back in Alaska, he said he is done with the Hollywood lifestyle that he so eagerly embraced after Sarah Palin's failed vice presidential run thrust him into the spotlight in 2008. "You couldn't pay me enough to go back to that place," he said. "It just wasn't who I was."
Speaking of Palins… Relations between Johnston and Bristol — which have famously been icy since they split in 2010 — have improved, but we're talking baby steps. "It's still not ideal, but it's definitely getting better," said Johnston, who noted that he sees their 3-year-old son, Tripp, more frequently than he used to. For her part, Palin recently told "Access Hollywood" that "Tripp sent the new baby flowers, and we both wish all the best for her." As for whether she wants Johnston to be involved in Tripp's life in the future, she said, "I want [Tripp] to have a relationship with anyone who's going to be a good, positive influence on his life."
As for Johnston's relationship with Oglesby, the two are hearing wedding bells. He told "Inside Edition" that they plan to marry at the end of the year. "Things are good," he stated. "We're happy at night. We're a family, and that's good."
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