Kenya Moore and Marc Daly appeared on "The Tamron Hall" show with their adorable little girl, Brooklyn Daly. There, the family-of-three shared about their journey to parenthood, beginning with the challenges of using IVF.
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star is more than happy to finally be a mother, but she decided to open up about the challenges that she and her husband had to face when they decided to conceive through InVitro Fertilization or IVF.
Guesting on the new "Tamron Hall" show, the Dalys shared their happy but challenging journey to parenthood.
Kenya Moore and Brooklyn Daly at a red carpet event | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Moore was 46-years-old when she met her husband, and after just months of courtship, they decided to get married. Marc and Kenya knew that after getting married, they wanted to have a child. However, due to Kenya nearing her 50s, it's difficult for her to conceive traditionally. That is why they decided to do IVF.
The reality TV star administered her own hormonal shots, and according to Marc, she was "a trooper" throughout their entire journey. As for how she felt doing it, Kenya said:
“It’s weird because you hear other people’s troubles with the injections and the hormones. And for me, it was a pretty simple process.”
However, while people would easily think it was a one-and-done process for the couple, it took a few months for them to succeed. At first, Kenya flew to an island to get help from a clinic that has great success rates for getting women pregnant through IVF. It ended up failing for them.
Persistent, they went to another doctor in the US who could help them, and the IVF worked. Now, at 47, Kenya and Marc are parents to an adorable little girl, whom they call Brooklyn.
Now, Brooklyn Daly is growing up to be an adorable little girl, and her mom's fans can't get enough of her. At nine months, she is already standing on her own two feet, and her proud parents can't contain their excitement.
On Moore's caption, she wrote: "Standing!!!! #brookiecookie #miraclebaby #love #happybaby."
Fans of the family shared their own reactions to the photo, sending love to the mother-and-daughter duo. While a lot praised the little girl's beauty, there was one particular fan who reflected on the fact that Kenya's chances of getting pregnant at 46-years-old were slim, but the impossible happened.
"When they thought this could never happen, look at God's work."
Indeed, God's beautiful work in the form of baby Brooklyn has brought light and love to many people, especially her doting parents, Marc and Kenya, who could only ever dream of this moment before it finally happened.