Gabrielle Union's Baby Kaavia Gets Bossy After Mom Can't Figure Out the Song She Wants to Hear
Gabrielle Union's daughter Kaavia melted hearts recently when she got demanding with her mother who could not figure out what song she wished to hear her sing.
Gabrielle Union and her daughter are mother-daughter goals. Together, the pair have brought smiles to many faces and joy into many homes.
Union is fond of posting videos that feature them spending quality time together on social media, and her fans love her for it. One of the most recent videos featuring the mother-daughter duo surfaced on TikTok recently.
Gabrielle Union and her daughter Kaavia James Union Wade at the New York & Company Store in Burbank, CA, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
The footage featured Union holding two different colored sticks while kneeling outdoors on a green, well-kept lawn. Kaavia stood some distance behind her; however, the tot hurried to her mom's side when she heard her singing a song she did not fancy.
Union immediately switches the song, but Kaavia didn't want the new one either. The adorable tot stopped her mom from banging the sticks together by holding on to them as she listened to a couple more songs from her mother.
Of course, none of them was satisfactory enough, and she kept interrupting her mom, who couldn't help but be amused at her sweet child's bossy nature. After trying a host of songs, she made one up about loving Kaavia.
They welcomed Kaavia via surrogate in November 2018.
Even that did not work, and after deciding her mother would never get it right, Kaavia turned her back and marched away. The toddler was outfitted simply in a dress that had the same color as her mom's.
Both Union and her daughter are quite fond of rocking similar ensembles. The proud mother's Instagram page is littered with snaps that feature them twinning in designer outfits.
Kaavia is Union's only child so far. The American actress shares her with her husband Dwyane Wade, who has three other kids from previous relationships.
They welcomed Kaavia via surrogate in November 2018 after they suffered multiple miscarriages. Since her arrival, the tot has burrowed her way into the hearts of her parents and the world at large.
Her expressive face is behind many memes, and the joy she brought into homes during the COVID-19 pandemic can not be understated. At just 2, the little tot is already an internet sensation, and her parents are her steady supporters.