April 12, 2020
Easter is finally here and, although many people might not be able to fully celebrate it due to COVID-19, Vanessa Bryant seems to have found a way to do it.
Recently, Vanessa took to her official Instagram account to share a very special video of her youngest daughters, Bianka and Capri, having the time of their lives with an Easter egg.
A VERY SWEET EASTER
In the short clip, Vanessa can be heard behind the camera while Bianka tries to smash the colorful egg with a little hammer to get to the treats inside.
When the camera pans to the side, Capri can be seen eagerly watching her sister with a surprised look on her face. Eventually, Vanessa had to help her crack the egg by hitting it hard.
As the proud mother starts pulling strings of paper from the inside of the egg, nine-month-old Capri flashes a big and bright smile to the camera.
After a little digging, Bianka finally finds a small chocolate egg, which she promptly starts munching on as Capri happily plays with one of the paper strings she grabbed earlier.
A TRAGIC DAY
Bianka seems to have quite the sweet tooth and this has been previously caught on camera by Vanessa, who once found her in front of the fridge searching for a juice box.
Being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame was the peak of Kobe's NBA career
Sadly, that photo was posted on the day that Kobe and Gianna, their 13-year-old daughter, died in a tragic helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, along with seven other people.
The cause of death for all the nine victims was determined to be blunt force trauma and the manner of death was considered an accident by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner.
This was Vanessa and the children's first Easter without Gianna and Kobe, who was recently inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Despite being sad that he wasn't around to celebrate the accomplishment with the rest of his family, Vanessa claimed that she was very proud of her husband for what he did.
According to her, being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame was the peak of Kobe's NBA career and that "every accomplishment that he had as an athlete was a stepping stone to be here."