Halle Berry Says Her Kids Maceo and Nahla Mean Everything to Her in a Sweet Post
Halle Berry greeted her Instagram followers on Mother's Day with an adorable clip of her children bonding while twirling flowers and a special message of love.
True to her vow to keep her children’s faces away from the public, Halle’s short video was a backside view of her son, Maceo, 6 and daughter, Nahla, 12, each twirling a flower with one hand.
The clip which Halle lined with a cute soundtrack also showed the siblings wrapping one arm around the other. It was a sweet testament to their bond which their mother could only be proud of when she wrote her caption.
“#HappyMothersDay to all the mothers!,” the single mom greeted before revealing her sentiments about love in these times.
“I believe that eventually, we will all come to understand that love heals everything, and love is ALL there is. These two are everything to me!”
Halle has been spending a lot of time with her kids lately due to the restrictions imposed by COVID-19. She told Jimmy Fallon last month that they would often bond in the pool while social distancing.Aside from enjoying quality time with her children, Halle has also taken on the role of supervising their homeschooling.
Halle admitted this became a problem for Nahla whose hair started to clump into a ball of fur due to too much swimming and little brushing. No matter what Halle did to untangle it, it was useless.
This prompted the concerned mom to shave off that portion of her daughter’s hair and it resulted in a bald spot in the back of Nahla’s head.
Judging from the clip Halle recently shared, that bald spot was not visible. Either the hair had already grown out or the spot was concealed by Nahla’s ponytail.
Aside from enjoying quality time with her children, Halle has also taken on the role of supervising their homeschooling. The actress admitted to Entertainment Tonight that it was “a nightmare” forcing her children to learn at home.
"At home, there's not 25 other ones doing it. So, to get them to focus and realize they're at home but yet they're at school, it's really been a challenge,” she explained.
However, Halle says the time she spends with her children doing more enjoyable stuff like storytime makes up for the stress she derives from their schoolwork.
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