Kenya Moore's daughter Brooklyn spent some time in a water fountain and it seems like she was having a blast. Check out the adorable picture now.
Kenya Moore's daughter Brooklyn is cooling off and she looks adorable as she splashed around in a water fountain dressed in a pink bathing suit.
Her proud mother shared the cute picture onto the toddler's Instagram page and her fans cannot get enough of her.
Moore regularly shares photos of Brooklyn, including a sweet snap of her daughter cuddling with a cute puppy on the floor.
Her latest picture seems to be a hit with her followers gaining over 17,000 likes with one person calling her a water baby, while another wrote:
"She so freaking beautiful, adorable, and all the above!!!!"
Earlier this year, Moore shared another adorable video of her daughter showing off her singing skills while holding a pink teddy-bear shaped microphone.
The proud mother opened up about becoming a parent, calling Brooklyn her miracle baby after giving birth to her at 47-years-old.
Moore revealed that she was considering giving up full-time child care.
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star who shares her daughter with Marc Daly has been enjoying spending more time with her daughter.
During an interview, Moore revealed that she was considering giving up full-time child care so that she could continue bonding with Brooklyn. She said:
"I really enjoyed bonding with Brooklyn and seeing every moment, and I've gotten our routine down. It's been really amazing; I don't want to giver her up."
The mother of one also spoke about her daughter's personality calling her demanding but sweet, adding that she was very good at charming people.
Moore joked that her daughter was great at manipulating her people, choosing to give her a big smile or blowing kisses when she wants her own way.
Kenya Moore attends the WeTV "Waka & Tammy: What The Flocka" premiere at Republic Lounge on March 10, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
The reality star has shared that she feels blessed to have her daughter who she had via in vitro fertilization and wanted to pay it forward.
Moore partnered with the "Baby Quest Foundation" that helps provide financial assistance to families who need help paying for assisted conception.