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‘One Happy Baby’: Kenya Moore’s Fans Swoon Over Photo of Her Smiling Daughter

It would seem that most people enjoy seeing photos of a cute little baby, and Kenya Moore‘s fans are no different.

On Saturday, Feb. 1, “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star shared a picture of her daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly, which people had a major reaction over.

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The shot shows the 1-year-old in a highchair focusing on a piece of food. The ocean can be seen in the background, and, based on Moore’s caption, her daughter really takes to the sun, sea and sand.

“Loving life! @thebrooklyndaly is about that Beach life,” the reality star wrote to her 1.9 million Instagram followers.

In the comments, many said that Brooklyn looks to be an incredibly happy baby, and her joyful energy practically pierces through the photo.

“She is one happy baby that’s for sure!!!,” wrote one of Moore’s Instagram followers.

“She is gorgeous! I’m so glad your miracle baby is here and flourishing!” another person commented.

“I love me some brookie cookie!!! So beautiful 👸👸,” someone else communicated.

There were also some people who said that Brooklyn looks a lot like her father, Moore’s estranged husband Marc Daly.

“Can she look anymore like her dad?” someone asked.

The last Instagram photo that Moore shared of Brooklyn was on Jan. 24, which was the former beauty contestant’s birthday. In that post, she seemed to acknowledge her split with Daly but said it hasn’t affected the perpetual happiness that Brooklyn gives her.

“Happy Birthday to Me!” wrote Moore in the caption of that photo. “Whew this has been quite a year! Despite the turmoil there has been a constant positive force of love and light in my life. God brought this Angel into my world who is the miracle known as Brooklyn and everyday is my birthday.”

“How did she get here? Why did she choose me?” she asked in the message. “She knew I needed her far more than she needed me. You are my life Brooklyn, my happiness, my joy, and the unconditional love I waited my whole life for.”

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