August 25, 2020
Gabrielle Union posted some photos of her and her baby daughter Kaavia enjoying some fun moments. The duo donned adorable swimsuits as they danced in a shallow pool.
Gabrielle Union had a weekend to remember as she took-in some heartwarming family moments with her daughter, Kaavia.
On Sunday, Union shared a series of photos of her and her toddler which were sure to leave the 47-year-old's Instagram followers gushing in admiration of the cute duo.
Union and Kaavia looked adorable as they goofed around in matching blue swimsuits, with one of the shots showing Kaavia mounting her mother's back while holding a cowboy hat.
The pick of the bunch, however, showed the mother-daughter-combo dancing joyously in a pool as Kaavia stared at the camera. Union captioned the post:
"My Ride or Die ?? @kaaviajames."
As expected, fans of the "Think Like A Man" actress were in awe of the beautiful sight and showered the duo with compliments, stating that such posts were the kind of content they hoped to see more on social media.
Amid the ocean of red heart emojis that flooded Union's comment sections, some fans reserved special praise for the actress' style of motherhood.
Union revealed that she had learned to take some time to "cry, or mindlessly scroll social media."
Fans commented that Union was doing an excellent job of showcasing Black excellence and claimed that her children — Kaavia and Union's three stepchildren with her husband, Dwyane Wade — were lucky to have her.
Longtime lovers Union and Wade tied the knot in 2014. They welcomed Kaavia, their first child together, via surrogacy in November 2018.
Kaavia's parents, but mostly her mother, have since treated her fans to several adorable moments with their baby girl as they navigate through life as a blended family in the spotlight.
However, despite their efforts to give their kids the best of childhoods, Union has admitted that being a stepparent in her forties has helped her take things with a little more ease.
Union revealed that she had learned to take some time to "cry, or mindlessly scroll social media" whenever she feels overwhelmed and is not trying to be a perfect parent.