Kandi Burruss of 'Real Housewives' Celebrates 5-Month Birthday of Daughter Blaze
Kandi Burruss shares an adorable picture with her two youngest kids, Blaze and Ace Tucker in celebration of Blaze's 5th month with them.
The Burruss-Tucker family couldn't be any happier since the arrival of their youngest daughter, Blaze. They've been celebrating every milestone that she's had, and it's an adorable sight to see on social media.
Now, she just turned five-months-old, and Kandi made sure to share new pictures with their fans, proving just how quickly she's growing. Sitting on their front porch, Kandi carried her daughter as her son Ace sat beside her.
Kandi Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker pose on the red carpet at the Premiere for "Truth Be Told," at AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater, on November 11, 2019, California | Photo: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
WELCOMING BLAZE TUCKER TO THE FAMILY
Blaze Tucker joined the family back in November via surrogate, and it's been a great experience for everyone so far. In fact, in just five months, the little baby has done quite a lot - including going on vacations with her family, swimming, and even modeling!
At four-months-old, little Blaze was given a modeling gig for her parents' lifestyle brand, Raising Ace. She makes the perfect model, given her adorable smile and gorgeous bright eyes.
GROWING UP QUICKLY
That same month, Blaze also learned how to hold her baby bottle on her own, feeding herself as she lounged on her sleek highchair. Her proud dad posted her picture on Instagram, saying: "[Blaze] was like 'I got this daddy!'"
Prior to stay-at-home measures put in place in America, the Tucker family jetted to Jamaica to have a fun-filled beach escapade. The little girl lounged in the pool and went sunbathing by the beach with Ace and her proud parents.
STAYING AT HOME AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
In just five months, Blaze has done a lot more than an average baby, and it'll be quite surprising to see what else her parents have in store for her once the situation on the ground goes back to normal.
For now, she and the rest of the family are doing their part in stopping the spread of COVID-19 by staying at home and practicing social distancing like many others.