Kenya Moore’s Daughter, Brooklyn Daly, And Husband Marc Delight Fans In New Video
The daughter of Kenya Moore, Brooklyn, might be only 10 months old, but she is already learning the basics of swimming, and she seems to have a knack for it too.
Moore was proud of that, as she was quick to post an adorable video to her Instagram, which immediately drew many comments from her fans and followers, with many claiming that the video was touching and heartwarming.
And it looks like little Brooklyn may soon be swimming around like a pro, judging by how fast she was able to learn the basics.
Many kids need years until they are ready to dip their toes in the water for the first time, but young Brooklyn is not one of those.
Of course, she also had the support of her father, Marc Daly, who was dutifully holding on to her and helping her out with her first steps towards becoming a swimmer.
It looks like she has quite the good support from all sides, and she should be able to grasp the more complex parts of swimming quite fast at this rate.
Many of Kenya’s followers have called for her to post even more videos of her adventures with Brooklyn in the future.
One fan said: “OMG Brookie Cookie!! She actually closed her eyes and took a breathe!!! Great job!!!”
Gabrielle Union helped baby Kaavia write: “She got it!!!! We’re going to the Olympics Brooklyn!”
It is no secret that the Real Housewives of Atlanta star has been active on the social media front, regularly sharing new material that shows off her life with her family, but at the same time, she has been trying to maintain a good deal of privacy around her adorable daughter.
Fans say it is probably for the best, judging by the exposure the kids of some other celebrities have been getting.
Kenya, along with Marc and their baby, appeared on Tamron Hall’s show where she talked about going through IVF.
Marc said: “It’s incredibly challenging because the success rate for these treatments [is] very low. So there’s a lot of disappointment; it’s expectations, but you also have to be prepared for disappointment. So just being there, being supportive, being hopeful, and being just positive and being behind her is what it’s all about.”
This journey has changed Kenya for the better.