‘That’s Awesome:’ Kandi Burruss Shows Off Son’s Latest ‘Smartie’ Moment on Instagram

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Kandi Burruss’ son Ace Wells Tucker continues to impress the star’s followers with his smarts.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star on Tuesday uploaded a clip of her 2-year-old son practicing his sight words with dad Todd Tucker.

“What’s this word?” Tucker asks his son.

“Put!” Ace responds.

“Give me a sentence,” his dad asks.

“Hey, put your toys away!” Ace says as his parents praise him and hand him a cookie for his efforts.

“Good job, Acey-poo!” proud mom Burruss says from behind the camera.

She also captioned the video writing, “My favorite guys are going over @acewellstucker’s sight words for the week. @todd167 you’re pretty good at this @daddiescare thing! ❤️❤️❤️ #DaddiesCare.”

The star indicated the practice session was part of Tucker’s new foundation, Daddies Care, which aims to “foster opportunities and create events for fathers to build meaningful relationships with their children,” according to the organization’s Instagram bio.

Fans also eagerly praised the toddler, who attends an international school.

“Our kiddos are very smart I believe teaching them at home first is the best!!!”

“Ace the test smartie adorable.”

“He is a lil version of his big sister all over again just in male form! Lol CUTE & SMART!!!💯💯💯😍”

“That’s awesome!! I’ve always wanted to do this with my kids. He’s got the best parents!! Good job y’all!”

“Too cute……Teach them young. I love it 😊”

“Now das what I’m talking about!!!!! Some sentences!!! Good job parents👏”

While Ace’s smarts are impressive, the tot is simply continuing his tradition of showing off his intelligence on the ‘gram. During the summer, Burruss shared a clip of Ace counting to 10 in Mandarin.

“Check out my little Ace learning how to count in Mandarin,” the Xscape singer wrote at the time. “He goes to an international school & they start teaching the children at age 2. Half the school day is with his teacher that speaks to him in Mandarin & the other half of the day is in English. He loves the school!”

 

 

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