Gabrielle Union's Daughter Kaavia Shows off Her Floaties and Swimsuit in Photo
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's daughter Kaavia James shows off her model pose as she enjoyed a swim in her floaties and swimsuit.
While Kaavia James is often seen with a stern look on her face, it doesn't necessarily mean she's not pleased. In fact, as she enjoyed a day out in the sun, the little girl showed off her best model pose as she put one of her legs in front of the other.
The little girl is clearly a water baby, which is only fitting as her entire family loves the water as well.
Gabrielle Union attends the Lanvin Menswear Fall/Winter 2020-2021 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on January 19, 2020 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
KAAVIA THE WATER BABY
The little girl was dressed in an adorable retro floatie, and a navy blue swimsuit that featured a peplum skirt. As always, her face looked serious, but definitely seemed as if she's enjoying a day out by the water.
Kaavia seems to love the water quite a lot, as during instances where she flashes a rare smile, it is often when she is surrounded by water. Her mom proudly shared pictures of her smiling as she bathed, with soap suds on her hair.
A PERFECT FIT TO HER FAMILY
The little girl is clearly a water baby, which is only fitting as her entire family loves the water as well. Whenever they can, they enjoy vacations to tropical places, where they lounge under the sun and enjoy swim time as a family.
As she constantly shares fans with updates regarding Kaavia, Gabrielle Union is clearly enjoying motherhood as it comes. The 47-year-old has been going above and beyond to share her inspiring story, even releaseing a new picture book for kids called "Welcome to the Party."
The children's book, which was written by Union herself and illustrated by Ashley Evans, speaks about her experience of welcoming her daughter Kaavia into her life.
"Since the birth of [Kaavia James], I've been even more inspired to create stories that are not only representative of the cultural melting pot we live in, but also celebrate life."
Gabrielle and Dwyane welcomed Kaavia via surrogacy in 2018, after years of struggling with infertility due to Gabrielle's previous health conditions. Ultimately, they decided to try other avenues to have a child, knowing it was something that they truly wanted.