Kaavia James and her mother, Gabrielle Union, give off an awesome mother-duo vibe in a new video and series of pictures.
Since she welcomed her daughter, Kaavia James, a year ago, Gabrielle Union has ensured that she shares media contents of her and the tot.
Gabrielle Union and Kaavia James Union Wade at Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2019 at Barker Hangar on July 11, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Gabrielle’s surrogate experience led her to author a children’s book that addresses the arrival of Kaavia into the blended family that includes Dwyane’s other children.
The video featured baby Kaavia holding her mother in a hug as she ate Chex cereal out of a bowl, while sitting on a marble counter. The post, which has been watched over a million times, was captioned:
“This baby knew her mama needed a little extra [love]. For everyone who needs some [love]. Hold on. Hold on, you are loved, you are so loved.”
Kaavia’s Instagram page previously posted a series of pictures that showed the tot feeding her mom some Chet cereal.
The bonding moment ended with a hug as Kaavia claimed that she thought she had more time before she had to “hand feed” her superstar mother. Both posts come a few days after the Union-Wade household celebrated Father’s Day with a special clip.
The tot looked carefree as she bounced up and down to the song while wearing protective swimming gear and standing next to a pool.
It would be recalled that Gabrielle and her husband, Dwyane Wade, welcomed Kaavia, who is their first child together, via surrogate.
Gabrielle’s surrogate experience led her to author a children’s book that addresses the arrival of Kaavia into the blended family that includes Dwyane’s other children — Zaya, Zaire, and Xavier.
During an interview with People, the “Bring It On” star said that she wanted “to create a love letter” that would let Kaavia “know that even though her entry into our family was a bit non-traditional, we love her.”
The actress has hopes that the book would celebrate families that welcomed their children through non traditional ways.