November 08, 2020
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's little girl, Kaavia James, showed her inner Beyoncé while dancing to "Single Ladies" in a recent clip.
Life in quarantine amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic may be boring to a lot of families, but Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's household is certainly not one of them.
The celebrity couple's days remain full of life and laughter as their daughter, Kaavia James, radiates positive energy by showing different quarantine moods, many of which are shared on social media.
KAAVIA'S LITTLE PERFORMANCE
In a recent post, Union shared an adorable family video by their dining table, where she, her husband, and little Kaavia danced to Beyoncé's "Single Ladies" while seated.
As seen in the clip, the couple's pride and joy raised both her hands while wiggling her body as the song progressed. Kaavia followed her parents' dance moves and enthusiastically clapped her hands after.
Seated beside the one-year-old was her NBA superstar dad, dressed in a black long-sleeved top, and the former "America's Got Talent" judge in a white bathrobe.
FANS PRAISE KAAVIA
Union's nearly 17 million followers were left impressed by the toddler's dance moves, leaving sweet comments on the post. "I just know Kaav is a Beyonce Stan and I'm here for it," one said.
Kaavia's birth later inspired the proud mom to author a children's book called "Welcome To The Party."
Kaavia herself is an Instagram star with nearly 1.5 million followers and over 500 posts, most of which capture the adorable girl showing a particular facial expression everyone can relate to.
A QUARANTINE MOOD
During the pandemic, Kaavia was named a quarantine mood because of her many reactions captured on the camera. Her parents, who run the Instagram page, have brought joy and laughter to their daughter's followers with the many funny posts.
In March, the power couple's daughter hit the headlines after showing a blank facial expression while Shaquille O'Neal tried to make her laugh. The former Lakers center made different funny faces and noises to make the little one smile to no avail.
Another time Kaavia caught the internet's attention was when she was captured sitting on the edge of a couch with a stern look. "MOOD," Wade captioned the post.
Wade and Union welcomed their first daughter together in 2018, four years after they tied the knot. The couple tried to conceive a child several times in the previous years but instead suffered miscarriages and failed IVF attempts.
Finally, they decided to have Kaavia through a surrogate mother despite the pain it brought Union. Kaavia's birth later inspired the proud mom to author a children's book called "Welcome To The Party."
Her book celebrated the coming of their miracle child and allowed other families who welcomed a kid the same way to embrace the experience and share the story with their children.