December 12, 2020
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's daughter, Kaavia James, recently shared a photo flaunting her beautiful eyes, hoping to persuade others with her adorable look.
Kaavia James may have famous parents, but the toddler is a star in her own right, or at least on social media. The toddler became an Instagram star for her photos showing relatable and adorable moods, with nearly 1.5 million followers.
During the past months in quarantine, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's most prized possession brought laughter to her fans and followers with grim facial expressions accompanied by funny and witty captions.
KAAVIA'S BEAUTIFUL EYES
Recently, the two-year-old deviated from her usual pensive and disappointed look and instead shared a helpful tactic for children to persuade their parents.
The internet star posed squatting down in a cozy gray fur outfit while looking at the camera with innocent eyes and a slight pout. Her parents, who run the account, quipped in the caption:
"Kids, I've found a winner!!! They cannot resist this face! Practice in the mirror when they aren't looking, it'll pay off. Good luck and God speed."
The former "America's Got Talent" judge and her husband welcomed Kaavia on November 7, 2018, bringing light and love into their lives after infertility struggles and several miscarriages.
The proud mother initially searched for books that told a story similar to what she went through having Kaavia.
Kaavia was born through a surrogate mother, which made the actress feel bad about her incapability to conceive. However, everything changed after seeing her daughter for the first time.
BRINGING JOY AND LAUGHTER
"I was just minding my own business yall. I need some ME time. Here she comes. All in the Kool-aid trying to add agave."
The toddler stood up on the chair in the following snap while holding her mom's hand, but still keeping the same look, even with Union flashing a bright smile.
WRITING A BOOK
Union's experience of having her first child via surrogate inspired her to author a children's book that celebrates families' expansion through unconventional means.
The proud mother initially searched for books that told a story similar to what she went through having Kaavia. However, there was not any literature about it; hence, her decision to pen one.
The book, "Welcome to the Party," is the second book the "Bring It On" star authored, following her 2017 memoir entitled, "We're Going to Need More Wine: Stories that are Funny, Complicated, and True."