Kandi Burruss’ husband, Todd Tucker, and their son, Ace, played a fun game of Jenga with see-through blocks, as seen on Instagram.
Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker are proud parents of their two kids together, Ace and Blaze, who are growing up before the public’s eyes as many photos and videos of them are shared on social media.
Ace recently appeared in his father’s Instagram profile as the duo enjoyed bonding over a game of Jenga, using fancy see-through blocks that looked like glass from afar.
Kandi Burruss during the 2017 Pre-Grammy Gala and Salute to Industry Icons Honoring Debra Lee at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 11, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. | Source: Getty Images
In the first clip, Ace excitedly jumped on his seat while Tucker knocked out one block. His son then said, “You lose,” but decided to continue the game.
The doting dad’s second clip featured the five-year-old focusing on his next move with Tucker helping Ace get a block out without having the rest fall.
However, Ace pulled out a block that toppled over everything else. Although his father claimed Ace as the winner, the little boy said that knocking out all the blocks made him lose, as opposed to his dad’s one snag.
The celebrant looked cool, living his “Spider-Man” dreams, as he dressed in a costume.
Several fans commented on the clip, calling Ace a smart kid. “He is a perfectionist,” one said. “He is going to be so honorable as well.”
Burruss and Tucker welcomed their firstborn in January 2016 and named him after his late grandmother, Sharon, who sadly already passed away. Before her death, Sharon always showed her excitement about the couple’s soon-to-be child.
Kandi Burruss during the "Queen Sugar" Cocktail Reception at Legacy Kitchen on July 2, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. | Source: Getty Images
Ace recently reached a milestone as he celebrated his fifth birthday. The “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star made sure that her son’s special day was celebrated in the best way possible by throwing a “Spider-verse” themed party.
The celebrant looked cool, living his “Spider-Man” dreams, as he dressed in a costume and had a “Spider-verse” themed cake with his face on it.
Ace’s party also had many balloon decorations of different colors and sizes, which spelled “Ace Hero,” a poster of the celebrant, and an inflatable bouncing castle.
Burruss’ close friends and other reality stars were also in attendance, including Toya Johnson, Shamea Morton, Rasheeda Frost, and Yandy Smith.