Gabrielle Union Poses In Dramatic Photos With Baby Kaavia Wade And They Win The Internet Over For Being Great Actresses

Gabrielle Union Poses In Dramatic Photos With Baby Kaavia Wade And They Win The Internet Over For Being Great Actresses
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Gabrielle Union is one busy mama with her adorable daughter, Kaavia Wade, by her side. The Being Mary Jane actress recently delighted fans with a series of photos that delighted fans.

Believe it, or not little Kaavia, who is just one year old, is already a great actress. In the photos, Gabrielle and her cutie pie could be seen practicing their dramatic poses and doing an impressive job while at it.

The new mom wrote: "Dramatic Finish! #BedtimeBegins."

One person said: "You know this is my favorite baby, right? She’s so cute. I Love your post. She’s fantastic, and I’m glad for your❤️ Motherhood, nothing like it!💕"

Another fan shared: "You have such a beautiful family. Many blessings 🙏🙏❤️😘
Omg, you can’t take the cuteness overload! Already practicing dramatic scenes and endings. 😍"

This backer stated: "Awwww! This makes me want another one.....for about 29 seconds. Your daughter already has such a radiant personality."

The 47-year-old talent recently made headlines by showing the world how to be supportive as a stepmom.

Dwyane Wade's son, Zion, has revealed that he is queer by joining the Miami Pride Parade.

His proud father had this to say: “I don’t talk about it much because it’s Zion’s story to tell.”

The former basketball star added: “I think, as a family, we should support each other. That’s our job. And my job as a father is to facilitate their lives and to support them and be behind them in whatever they want to do.”

In an interview with Baller Alert , Gabrielle explained how she has decided to move away from the old way of doing things.

She said: ‘“Just because you grew up one way doesn’t mean you have to repeat everything you were taught."

She added: “It’s OK to acknowledge that perhaps there’s a better, more loving, more compassionate way of raising kids than in previous generations. It’s OK to lead with love. It’s OK if your children aren’t exactly like you. It’s OK to nurture your child’s interest, even if those things don’t interest you. It’s Ok to evolve your thinking. It’s OK to not live in fear or judgment. There are no perfect parents or perfect children, so breathe and do your best and lead with love and acceptance.”

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