November 01, 2020
Kaavia James seems to have woken up on the right side of the bed as she stood in her cot and muttered greetings to her mother and father in an Instagram video.
A video posted on Kaavia James' Instagram account which is managed by her parents, Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union, showed the little girl in her cot, waiting for someone to get her out. It was captioned:
" Always act like you've been up FOREVER just chilling, waiting patiently while they sit in BED scrolling Twitter. The guilt this causes will set you up for the rest of the day. Your welcome ??"
The cute 23-month-old who has consistently mesmerized her fans with her posts looked happy to see her aunt in the morning as she waved to the screen. Her mumbling in the video made a fancomment:
"Aww, she said "hi Tia," aka aunt in Spanish.. Gab's sister is filming?"
Wade and Union announced the arrival of their child, Kaavia, in 2018. The young couple shared their joy with fans as it was their first child together.
Little Kaavia has four siblings, 18-year-old Zaire, 12-year-old Zaya, which are Wade's children with his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches, six-year-old Xavier which is Wade's child with longtime friend Aja Metoyer, and 18-year-old Dahveon, Wade's nephew who stays with them.
Union had been teaching her daughter empowerment and self-love since she was born.
The father of four confessed that the most challenging thing he had ever done was to find the courage and tell his wife, Union, that he had a child with someone else.
Wade added that after the birth of Kaavia, he realized it was time to retire from his basketball team. The basketball star shared:
"That was my push away from the game. It was time,"
During a documentary called "D. Wade: Life Unexpected," the retired NBA star shared that withholding information that could wreck another person's life is not human.
Star actress Union was thrilled about her daughter's birth in 2018 and still is, seeing that she uses every opportunity to show off the adorable girl.
On June 10th, a celebration of the end of slavery in the US Kaavia's mother shared a delightful video of her daughter combing her hair while staring at her reflection.
The proud mother's tweet said, "Black baby Joy," and showed that Union had been teaching her daughter empowerment and self-love since she was born.
Love seems to be the theme of the Wade-Union family as the duo shower their daughter and her siblings with unending love and affection.