Laila Ali Melts Hearts with Adorable Throwback Photo of Her Kids
Reality Star, Laila Ali, warmed her social media timeline after she posted a pleasing throwback image of her lovely kids.
Former World Boxing Champion, Laila Ali was in the flashback mood as she took to her Instagram page where she showed off a sweet image of her and her kids when they were toddlers.
The image showed a radiant Ali smiling brightly while cradling her little ones and basking in motherhood. She sweetly wrote in her caption:
"Where did the time go...I love my honey babies. They don't even know their mama's other side."
As reported by People, Laila Ali is one celebrity mom who makes motherhood a beautiful thing. She makes sure to give her kids what's needed, but above all, she prioritizes her time for them.
[Laila Ali] explained that the zeal to carry out humanitarian services comes from her father, and she is also ready to pass such values to her kids.
"When you become a mom, you realize...Your time is more valuable, and you're more selective about how you spend it... you're doing it for your children."
The Cookbook author's drive to give her time to her kids comes from her own childhood, which was fraught with nannies because her parents were mostly busy.
Although the TV personality and her dad might not have spent a lot of time together in her childhood, she definitely found a role-model in the late boxing legend. The star steadily looked up to the combats champion and, in the long run, followed in his career path.
According to NBC, one vital lesson, Laila picked from Muhammad Ali was his passion for humanitarian services. She revealed to the news site that as a mom, her goals were to imbibe a caring attribute in her children.
The undefeated boxing icon explained that the zeal to carry out humanitarian services comes from her father, and she is also ready to pass such values to her kids, Sidney and Curtis.
ABC News shares that the star once spoke about her late dad, whom she recalled as one who loves kids. She explained that Ali would literally lit up when he saw his grandkids.
At the time of the interview, Muhammad Ali was still.alive and battling with illness, but he loved being around his grandchildren