Kenya Moore steals hearts with video of baby daughter wriggling in crib on her 3-month birthday
Kenya Moore can’t help celebrating her precious daughter’s three-month birthday, and even though the reality star did not quite get her dates right, fans are still glad to see the tiny tot.
Kenya and her husband, Marc Daly, welcomed their daughter, Brooklyn Daly on November 4 so she will turn three months next week on February 4, but Kenya took to Instagram to celebrate early.
The former “Real Housewives Of Atlanta” star shared a video of baby Daly wriggling adorably in her white crib where a paper sign said “3 months.”
Brooklyn looked angelic in a white onesie and lay on a matching blanket with the word “LOVE” embroidered into it. Lullaby tunes could be heard playing in the background as Kenya chatted off-camera.
“Say ‘I’m three months today.’ Hi cutie,” she said, getting a smile out of the little one. She also gave a shout-out to her friends in the caption, one of them, Kandi Burruss, who bought Brooklyn her crib:
“#3monthsold today (Yes I know I have items in my crib but it’s just for the video/photo) thank you @andy for my giant snoopy, And my aunty @kandi for my beautiful crib and @smiloinc for our amazing gifts #babybrooklyn #babydaly #brooklyndaly #miraclebaby”
Kenya’s date mix-up did not stop fans from fawning over Brooklyn in the comments section; the baby is basically a celebrity with quite the fanbase on social media.
“Happy 3 Months Precious @thebrooklyndaly I'm So Happy & Blessed To Be Part Of Your Beautiful Insta Life,” commented one user.
Another chimed in: “She’s beautiful. You waited years Kenya and God gave you the best,” commented one user.
The road to carrying and delivering her “miracle baby” was no easy one for Kenya, so it’s plausible that she’s excited to be celebrating every milestone and even doing so early.
The former beauty queen conceived via IVF and suffered from pre-eclampsia during her pregnancy. The condition causes high blood pressure and unhealthy weight gain, both of which Kenya experienced, forcing her to deliver her child via a three-hour emergency cesarean section. Her uterine fibroids also complicated the procedure, and she had to be cut twice, vertically and horizontally.
A couple of days back, however, Kenya appeared to be back to her pre-baby body. In an Instagram post to celebrate her 48th birthday, she showed off her taut figure with no signs of a scar in a white bikini while holding Brooklyn in one hand.
Kenya has always wanted a baby of her own, and she’s definitely having the time of her life now.