Kevin Hart's 5-Month-Old Daughter Kaori Melts Hearts Showing Her Precious Smile in Cute Outfit
Kevin Hart's beautiful daughter, Kaori, recently turned five months old and her doting mom, Eniko, commemorated the milestone with a heart-melting post on Instagram.
It's such a joy to watch a baby grow every day, and comedian and actor Kevin Hart and his wife, Eniko Parrish, are enjoying every moment with their baby girl Kaori Mai Hart, who they welcomed on September 29, 2020.
Parrish recently took to Instagram to celebrate her daughter's five-month milestone with an adorable slideshow of photos that left fans gushing over the cheerful baby.
Kaori looked adorable as she smiled at the camera above her. She was dressed in a gray ribbed sweater and pink bubble shorts with a matching headband.
For the pics, the smiling baby was captured lying on a white and gray printed linen while a gray placard with her name and age was placed on the cloth next to her. The post was captioned:
"5 months of cuteness overload."
Parrish's fans agreed with the caption and immediately expressed their sentiments. Soon her comments section was filled with compliments and admiration.
One fan commented, "Everything about [Kaori] in this photo is PERFECT," while another fan wrote, "A complete blessing." Even Hart joined in the comments and said, "My baby girl is smiling."
BABY NO. 4
Kaori is Parrish and Harts's second child after their son, Kenzo Kash, three. Hart also has two older kids, Hendrix, 13, and Heaven, 15, from his previous marriage to Torrei Hart, 43.
The "Jumanji: The Next Level" actor has a great relationship with his kids and has ensured they have a relationship with each other. Heaven and Hendrix were even present at Parrish's baby shower back in August.
TAPPING INTO FATHERHOOD
Hart may have thought he knew it all after welcoming his fourth child, but the COVID-19-enforced quarantine opened his eyes to a side of fatherhood that he had missed and often taken for granted.
Due to the amount of time spent at home over the past year, the "Ride Along" actor reflected on the importance of family and being able to lean on each other during these unprecedented times.
BUILDING A LEGACY
Through simple things like having dinner with his family and having conversations with his kids, Hart reviewed his role in his children's lives. Previously, he had expressed concerns about becoming a jaded dad.
However, after four kids, the "Think Like A Man" actor is determined to create a legacy for his family that would remain strong with or without him.