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Gabrielle Union's Daughter Kaavia Already Knows How to Swim and She's 1 Year Old (Video)

Monica Otayza
Jan 15, 2020
12:40 P.M.
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Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are doing a great job raising their 1-year-old daughter Kaavia James, and at such a young age, she's reached yet another milestone. This time, she shows off her swimming skills in a new video that her proud mom posted on Instagram. 


Kaavia James amazes her fans day-after-day, having multiple antics that not a lot of 1-year-old toddlers can do. Now, she's showing off her skills in the swimming pool, doing some laps in a pink pineapple bathing suit and blue swim cap. 

Kaavia comes from an athletic family, which explains why it seems natural for her to be in the pool at 1 year old.

Gabrielle Union while at the "America's Got Talent" red carpet | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine



In the video posted by Gabrielle, Kaavia reaches out to her swimming teacher and takes a deep breath before going underwater. She then kicks and paddles with ease as the teacher guides her through the pool. 


Through Gabrielle's posts, one can easily figure out that Kaavia has always been a water baby. She's always loved being by the pool with her mom, soaking in the sun. 

Kaavia comes from an athletic family, which explains why it seems natural for her to be in the pool at 1 year old. The little girl is already showing off skills in the pool, and it's exciting to see how her training will improve through the years. 



The video comes after an adorable post from Gabrielle, of the mother-and-daughter duo spending some downtime at home.


In the pictures, Kaavia was seen trying on her mom's cozy camel-colored Ugg boots. Of course, the shoes were too big for the little girl, but she still enjoyed taking some pictures while wearing it. 

"She is me. I am her. We both [love] Ugg." 

While it'll take a while for Gabrielle and Kaavia to share clothes and shoes, it's never too early to start trying. That's exactly what they've been trying to do now, and it's created some priceless photos that they can look back on in the years to come.