November 15, 2020
Kenya Moore’s daughter Brooklyn looked adorable in a pink jumper while hugging Eva Marcille’s son during her farm-themed birthday party.
There may be a pandemic, but that is no excuse for Kenya Moore to deny her daughter, Brooklyn Doris Daly, an exciting birthday party. Recently, the reality star’s little angel reached a milestone as she celebrated her second birthday.
Her parents made sure that their pride and joy felt special, surrounded by friends and family in her farm-themed party. The outdoor venue was loaded with pink and gold balloons, live animals, and a farm animal-themed cake.
Among the posts shared from the celebration was a short video of Brooklyn hugging Eva Marcille’s son, Mikey. The two-year-old dressed in a bright pink jumper with a white shirt beneath and a pink farmer’s hat strapped behind her.
Slowly, the celebrant made her way to Mikey, dressed in plaid button-down jeans and brown boots, to give him a sweet embrace. The clip shared by Moore gained several comments about the toddlers’ adorable moment.
“They are all so adorable,” one fan said alongside a heart-eyed emoji, while another jokingly commented, “Brookie holding onto her cowboy! Protecting her territory!”
Many factors drove the couple to part ways, including the fact that they lived in different cities.
This was not the first time Brooklyn and Mikey hung out as their parents previously brought them together for a lunchtime playdate. In “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” stars’ post, the two toddlers ate side-by-side in high chairs.
Although perhaps not planned, the kids also dressed in matching yellow outfits. Brooklyn donned a bright dress with flower prints, while Mikey rocked a collared top.
Moore shares her daughter with ex-husband, Marc Daly, whom she separated from months ago. Following their separation, the reality star shared a collage of her family and referred to her daughter as an “angel in my life.”
Many factors drove the couple to part ways, including the fact that they lived in different cities. However, the two continue to co-parent their bundle of joy and raise her with love.
Moore had her daughter at the age of 47 through IVF treatment, allowing her to know the struggles of women who underwent the same challenge of conceiving a child.
As a means to pay it forward, the proud mom provided financial aid to families in Detroit through the Baby Quest Foundation for families who cannot afford to have kids normally.