December 07, 2020
Gabrielle Union recently posted a video of her daughter, Kaavia James, looking adorably irritated as someone wiped food off her mouth.
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's daughter gained Instagram recognition the past few months by posting several photos and videos that captured the perfect quarantine mood.
Often, pictures are uploaded on her social media profile for her nearly 1.5 million followers to see. However, Union recently took it to her own account to share a glimpse of Kaavia's dinner experience.
The post captured a clip of Kaavia minding her own business while playing with a phone at the dinner table when someone suddenly grabbed a table napkin and wiped her mouth.
The adorable two-year-old quickly looked at the person and gave an irritated look, as was mentioned in Union's funny caption. Without knowing it, Kaavia made many fans happy with the video, with some expressing their joy in the comments section.
"She's the gift that keeps on giving," one comment read alongside a laughing emoji, while another fan quipped, "Excuse you… she was saving that piece for later."
The multi-talented artist penned a children's book called "Welcome to the Party," which celebrates a child's coming through unconventional means.
Kaavia is Union and Wade's pride and joy, after trying to conceive many times and experiencing several miscarriages. When asked how many times she lost a child, the "Bring It On" star revealed she had lost count after feeling numb from the pain.
After several trials and errors, the couple decided to have a child through a surrogate mother. Initially, Union did not like the plan and felt she allowed failure to defeat her.
However, everything changed when she first laid eyes on her little angel. Suddenly, it dawned upon her that her motherhood journey will be the best one yet for her daughter's sake.
Recently, Kaavia reached a milestone as she celebrated her second birthday. Although just at home, Kaavia was able to celebrate and enjoy the day with her family.
Union also recently achieved a milestone in her career with a second book published, following her 2017 memoir, "We're Going to Need More Wine: Stories That Are Funny, Complicated, and True."
The multi-talented artist penned a children's book called "Welcome to the Party," which celebrates a child's coming through unconventional means, as inspired by her own story.