Gabrielle Union Amazes Some And Confuses Others With New Pictures Of Baby Kaavia With Dwyane Wade
Causing drama and melting hearts all at once. Gabrielle Union and her husband, Dwyane Wade, have delighted fans with a few stunning pictures of their baby girl, Kaavia James Union Wade.
The Union/Wades family posed with the cutie who had a big smile in one photo; while in another, Kaavia whose mom is passionate by music is already practicing some fun dance moves.
In the last photo, Dwyane is kissing the three-week-old baby girl on the lips, and that caused some fans to speak out.
Gabrielle, who has been happily documenting every precious moment on Instagram with her newborn baby, captioned the photo: "@dwyanewade & @kaaviajames = My #MCM & My #ShadyBaby ????... Kaav is like "trust ain't my strong suit..close your eyes if you want to" ???"
One supporter told the new parents: "You are cracking me up with your @kaaviajames photo interpretations—comical. Thanks for sharing your lovely moments. Keep them coming. Kiss her every day of her life look into her eyes and don't listen to anyone but yourselves......much love to you."
A nurse stepped in to explain why kissing newborn babies on the lips is not a good idea.
She explaineD: "Just a little advice from a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: NEVER KISS AN INFANT DIRECTLY IN THE MOUTH!!! Our fingers and our mouths are two of the filthiest parts of our body. Kissing an infant in the mouth increases the risk of sharing something that could literally place their lives at risk."
This fan said to ignore the critics and added: "Looking like daddy. ...But @gabunion, don't worry, their faces change frequently at this age, so she may look like you at times.☺?ma'am my point is even if they don't listen & even if the advice was given out of love that is there baby & whatever they do is their business. Once again this is not his 1st baby, so I'm sure he knows the do's and don't if it doesn't they will figure it out. & some people have did research & still choose to do it & that's their right. Thank you."
Should parents kiss children on the mouth when they are so young?