Kenya Moore is gushing over her daughter’s smile and fans think baby Brooklyn Doris Daly is so cute that she looks unreal.
The first-time mom shared a video on her 3-month-old’s Instagram account Feb. 10 and couldn’t stop fawning over the baby’s grin.
“Smile! life is only going to get better! #babydaly #brooklyndaly #love #peace #family,” Moore captioned the cute post.
As Brooklyn lay in her crib, Moore exclaimed about her “cutie” and complimented her outfit.
“Where’d you get that?” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum asks her cooing child. “That’s sharp. The color is beautiful too!”
While Moore engaged her baby with lively chatter, the star’s fans marveled at how doll-like Brooklyn appears.
“She looks like a doll😍”
“This baby is EVERYTHING!!! A true living doll!!!💕💕💕💕 And she is such a happy baby!!”
“She’s so beautiful!!!! She looks like a little doll!! 🥰”
“She’s such a little doll @thekenyamoore she has your smile ❤️❤️😍”
“What a doll omg💞😍💞😍💞”
“She makes me smile!🤗. Her just a doll baby.😘”
It seems Moore’s followers can’t get enough of the adorable daughter she shares with restaurateur Marc Daly. A week ago, Moore shared a video of a snoozing Brooklyn. Fans found it cute that the baby slept with her arms up by her sides, fists clenched, as if she’d been long, hard at work all day.
“This little munchkin sleeping like she got a job lol. So cute.”
“Brooklyn sleeping like she working a 9-5. 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍”
“Awww lil @thebrooklyndaly, what happened to the ‘baby’ sleep position w/arms at side😂🤣. You are sleeping like someone who has had a hard day.😂😂 So cute💕❤️😘 @thekenyamoore.”
With how difficult it was for Moore to achieve her dream of becoming a mother, it’s no wonder that she’s been eager to share photos and footage of her daughter.
Ever since debuting Brooklyn’s little face inside the pages of People magazine in December, Moore has been candid about what it took to get her baby here.
“They couldn’t get the baby out,” she said of the three-hour emergency cesarean section that was complicated by fibroids. “There were all these complications and they knew if they cut into a fibroid, I could potentially bleed out and die. So they ended up cutting me vertically too, to just get the baby out and make sure I survived the surgery. They were so scared they were going to lose me.”