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‘Omg She Has a Tooth!’: Kenya Moore’s Photo of Brooklyn Playing With Toes Spurs Gushing About Baby’s New Teeth

Kenya Moore may be twirling her way back with a peach for the upcoming season of “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” but it looks like Moore is having way more fun watching her daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly grow up. As the former Miss USA continues to update her Instagram account as well as her daughter’s, users are also able to witness baby Brooklyn grow up right in front of their eyes. Moore took to Instagram on Monday posting a photo of the 7-month-old having a play date with her feet.

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Toes!!! #7months @thebrooklyndaly

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“Toes!!! #7months@thebrooklyndaly,” the 48-year-old mother captioned in the photo.

Moore posted several other photos of her baby girl. While Moore focused on her daughter toes in her comments, fans were more interested in the fact that Brooklyn is growing teeth.

“Look who has teeth❤️❤️”

“Awwww she got two little teeth, so adorable 😍”

“Awww look at her teeth.”

“Look at her two little teeth 😍omg Kenya you have the most beautiful baby!”

“Omg She Has a Tooth!”

“New discoveries “toes and teeth” so cute.”

Before her recent post, on May 16, Moore posted another photo of her daughter with the caption “@thebrooklyndaly is having a tough time teething, but she’s all smiling here after getting her shots and ears pierced yesterday. Gold earrings won the poll, but daddy wanted silver so what daddy wants daddy gets 👶🏽👦🏽”

Moore has been documenting Brooklyn’s growth since last fall. Brooklyn was welcomed into the world on Nov. 4, 2018, during an emergency c-section. Due to Moore’s fibroids, the usual 30-minute procedure took three hours and required doctors to cut her twice. Moore’s epidural also ran out during the surgery, so doctors had to put her under anesthesia.

In a December 2018 interview with People magazine, Moore said, “They couldn’t get the baby out. 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 get the baby out and make sure I survived the surgery. They were so scared they were going to lose me.”

Moore mentioned that she feels “so blessed” and “it’s all been worth it” having her daughter.

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