Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, recently spent some quality time snow tubing with their daughters and shared the fun videos on her Instagram page.
On January 26, the world joined Vanessa Bryant and her family in remembering her late husband, retired NBA player, Kobe "Black Mamba" Bryant, and their daughter, Gianna, who was affectionately known as "Gigi."
Following Kobe and Gianna's first death anniversary, Vanessa, 38, showed her strength as she was in good spirits while spending time with her daughters, Natalia Diamante, 18, and Capri Kobe, 1.
The doting mom shared a few video clips from the girls' day on the snowy planes as they took turns snow tubing down a steep hill. The first video showed Natalia sliding down at great speed while Capri could be heard calling out, "Nani."
In another video, a masked-up Vanessa, sporting a huge white puffy jacket and knit hat, was filmed as a gentleman assisted her in taking off at the top of the hill.
In the last picture, Vanessa posed for a sweet mother-daughter picture with Capri, who looked adorable in a bright pink jacket as she sat on her mom's lap.
The bond between the two could be seen as Capri looked comfortable with her mom. The one-year-old is the youngest of the Bryant children, and Vanessa is completely smitten with the toddler.
While Vanessa's other daughter, Bianka Bella, 4, was not seen in the latest photos, she's also had her share of the fun in the snow during the family's previous trip on the snow.
[Vanessa] is committed to giving her daughters a normal life after losing their dad and sibling.
Just after Christmas, the crew went on a skiing trip in Montana along with Vanessa's friend and singer, Ciara Wilson, who brought along her young son, Win.
The ski trip was so physical, in fact, that it resulted in a few injuries. While Vanessa received treatment for her back, Natalia suffered a sprained finger and swollen wrist.
Luckily, both mom and daughter kept up their positive energy, referencing the injury as payback for making fun of the late Kobe's fingers after he dislocated his middle finger during a 2006 game against the San Antonio Spurs.
These trips and activities are just some of the ways that Vanessa is trying to heal herself and her family. The doting mom is committed to giving her daughters a normal life after losing their dad and sister.
Besides taking care of the girls, Vanessa has also channeled her energy towards keeping Kobe and Gianna's legacies alive by carrying on the basketball legend's philanthropic work through the Mamba & Mambacita Sports Foundation.