Fans gushed over a video of Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's youngest daughter practicing how to wash her hands while dancing along to a nursery rhyme.
The one-year-old daughter looked like a professional following the instructions to the nursery rhyme wash your hands.
Wearing a black top and a gold bracelet, Kaavia was seated in a high chair as she danced along to the music playing in the background, and pretended to wash her hands.
The song was created to teach children how to wash her hands amid the coronavirus outbreak. One fan praised Kaavia for taking in so much enjoyment in washing her hands.
A fan commented on a video of Kaavia James dancing along to a nursery rhyme that teaches children to wash their hands | Source: instagram.com/kaaviajames
Kaavia is Gabrielle and Dwyane's first children together. She has been dubbed the "Shady Baby" by her parents because of her comical facial expressions. She has a following of over one million. Another fan commented on her video saying:
"Yessss Kaavia show these grown folks how to wash they hands. ❤❤❤❤."
The couple surprised the world when they announced her arrival via surrogate in 2018. According to PEOPLE, Gabrielle said her daughter's birth inspired her to write a book, she explained:
"I'm so excited to be releasing my first children's book. Since the birth of my daughter...I've been even more inspired to create stories."
Gabrielle has celebrated every facet of her life from being a woman of color to raising a blended family with her husband's children from his previous marriages. Detailing her inspiration, she said she wants her book to show, she revealed:
"[The] representative of the cultural melting pot we live in, but also celebrate life and the fun, teachable lessons that come at every age."
It is titled "Welcome To The Party" and is Gabrielle's first children's book. In 2017, she released her first book, "We're Going to Need More Wine: Stories That Are Funny, Complicated, and True."
Her first book gave a very personal look into her marriage, career, and struggles with infertility. It quickly became a New York Times bestseller.
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