Main temper! Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union’s 17-month-old daughter, Kaavia, has had essentially the most relatable reactions to quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The couple have been sharing humorous images of the toddler whereas quarantining through social media, from her making an attempt out new hairstyles to intently watching TV.
Wade and Union welcomed their child lady in November 2018 through surrogate after struggling a number of miscarriages.
“We’re sleepless and delirious however so excited to share that our miracle child arrived final evening through surrogate and 11/7 will endlessly be etched in our hearts as essentially the most loveliest of all the stunning days,” the We’re Going to Want Extra Wine creator, 47, captioned their announcement on the time. “Welcome to the celebration candy lady!”
The retired skilled basketball participant, 38, who wed Union in April 2014, already has three kids from earlier relationships — Zaire, 18, Zaya, 12, and Xavier, 6. His 18-year-old nephew, Dahveon, additionally lives with the household.
“Kaavia seems to be like me, acts like [Gabrielle]. She has an entire character,” the athlete informed Us Weekly completely of his youngest in July 2019. “She’s very explicit about the whole lot identical to her mom, very explicit, however I like it as a result of she lets you already know who she is and what she desires, what she don’t need. It makes it simpler for me to be like, ‘Oh, you don’t need that? Cool.’”
Union doesn’t have any “mother guilt” about elevating the baby whereas working within the leisure trade, she informed Us completely the next month, explaining, “Having the ability to have the job that I like and the infant that I dreamed of [is great]. I’m a greater mother as a result of I’m in a position to go away and do what I like. Even when I failed miserably, I’m following my goals. … I might be much less of a mom if I didn’t set out daily to attempt to make my goals come true and different individuals’s goals come true. So I don’t have guilt.”
Hold scrolling to see Kaavia’s funniest images amid the coronavirus pandemic, from crying over restricted display time to sitting deep in thought.