“My baby already tryna hold her bottle! #10weeks 😩💖🍼 @pilarjhena #Motherhood #MyZen,” Williams captioned a June 11 photo of her holding Pilar during feeding time.
Many fans commented mentioning an old wives’ tale that the youngster making such strides is because she’s making way for a younger brother or sister.
“The old people say they are moving fast to make room for another💛❤️”
“She might be moving out the way for another one! LOL 🙂”
“That means she’s moving out the way… you’re going to have another baby soon 😆🤗”
“You that old saying she moving out the way for another one when they start moving fast jk have a blessed day and enjoy those precious moments.”
“That means another one is on the way,” remarked Tamar Braxton.
Pilar is only 10 weeks old.
While it was a feat that Brooklyn Doris Daly held her bottle at such a young age, it’s clear Pilar has her beat. Typically, babies begin holding their own bottles when they are at least three times older than Pilar.
“Most babies will start holding their own bottles between 6 to 10 months, as their fine-motor skills develop,” Dr. Sandeepa Rajadhyaksha, associate medical director of the Dallas-based Children’s Health Pediatric Group, told The Bump, a millennial parents website.
Regardless of whose baby is reaching milestones sooner, it likely does not translate into any form of tension between Moore and Williams. After the two famously sparred at the season 6 reunion and Williams dragged Moore across the floor, the ladies have since patched things up.
The season 11 reunion saw the pair hugging it out and dancing together at
Cynthia Bailey’s party. Plus, when Williams snagged her own special in the form of “Porsha’s Having a Baby” in April, Moore happily congratulated her.
“Nothing is more important than being a mom. I’m So happy for @porsha4real. Watch her baby special tonight only on @bravotv #porshashavingababy #porsha4real,” Moore commented on Instagram.