Kenya Moore never ceases to amaze fans with adorable videos of her 4-month-old daughter.
Just last week, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” veteran posted a clip of her daughter trying to talk and now the infant is taking her first swim lesson. The first-time mother took to Instagram on Saturday, March 16 and shared a video of Brooklyn Daly and her father Marc Daly taking their first father-and-daughter swim class together.
In the clip, Moore played kid’s bop “Baby Shark” as it showed Daly holding and guiding their 4-month-old daughter through the water with huge smiles on both of their faces.
“#babyshark #daddyshark @thebrooklyndaly 1st swimming classes #miraclebaby #babydaly,” the RHOA alum wrote in her caption, tagging her daughter’s official Instagram account.
The video of baby Daly’s first day at her aquatic classes sent fans gushing.
“Oh my goodness this is the cutest damn thing I have ever, ever seen 😘😘!!!” one fan commented underneath Moore’s video. “She looks so happy!”
“Oh my God ❤️ swimming 🏊♀️ baby Brooklyn,” another added. “Awwww look at how she’s laughing at her daddy!! So beautiful @thekenyamoore.”
“She looks so happy looking at her daddy & in the water ❤️❤️❤️ aww. So happy for you @thekenyamoore ❤️,” someone else commented.
Moore was one of the main cast members of RHOA for 7 seasons until she decided to depart from the show after season 10. She told People Magazine during a December interview that she wished fans could’ve seen the new chapter of her life on the show, but with the stress of being a first-time mother, it was for the best.
“It broke my heart [to not return], but with all the stress I went through with this baby, I don’t know how I could have done it,” Moore told the news source. “Even now, breastfeeding every three hours, changing diapers, being up at all hours. I just don’t think I could have been present.”
The reality star didn’t appear to bummed out although fans dearly miss her on the Bravo series. She told People she was more concerned with focusing on her family.
“I really think that things happen for a reason,” she noted. “Even though I was disappointed to not come back to RHOA, I feel like it’s the best thing that could have happened for my baby.”