How Kandi Burruss' Daughter Blaze Takes after Mom When It Comes to Making Funny Faces
Burruss is telling her fans online that her 7-months-old daughter does not only look like her but acts like her, especially when it comes to making funny faces.
Her newest post featured her mini-me in an adorable ensemble although the tot did not have any top on, her legs and head were nicely wrapped in mildly nude color attires.
In the subsequent post, Blaze sat cheerfully on a mini bed with numerous poses. One eye-catching image was Burruss' baby giving a funny stare while leaning forward on one hand. Mama's caption was as hilarious as the picture. She wrote:
"The face I was making when @blazetucker was waking up at 7 am on a Saturday...My baby makes all the funny faces just like me. Caption what she's thinking!"
Fans of the reality TV star could not hold back their admiration for the gorgeous little princess. A lot of them posted laughing emoji faces to tell that Blaze was indeed a hilarious baby with her funny faces.
The on-screen diva's youngest child, Blaze Tucker, who she shares with her husband, Todd Tucker, is famous for looking dashing in every online image.
The 7-month-old has never taken a picture short of perfection since her birth. Burruss recently celebrated her baby's new age by posting a flawless image of the toddler in a pink dress and floral crown.
The mother of three revealed an emotional conversation which she hadwith her 4-year-old son.
Other members of Burruss' family also features on her Instagram page. About a week ago, the "RHOA" actress shared an image of her squad.
It included Todd and Burruss' kids, their youngest daughter, Blaze, son Ace Tucker, Todd's 23-year-old daughter from a past relationship, Kaela and Riley, Burruss' daughter from a former partner.
Other family members such as the tv personality's parents and stepmom wore hearty looks in the "Familytime" captioned photo. Earlier in the month, the mother of three revealed an emotional conversation which she had with her 4-year-old son, Ace.
Following the protest after the death of George Floyd, an African American, who suffered from police brutality before his passing, Todd tried to explain the act of racism to his son.
Burruss told an interviewer that her young son, who played a cop during career day, was a bit puzzled after the explanation and asked if the police are the bad guys.