It’s pretty clear Joseline Hernandez‘s 3-year-old daughter is the apple of her eye.
The 33-year-old mother and her baby girl Bonnie Bella posed it up for Instagram on Wednesday, April 29. Hernandez took to Instagram with a sweet photo of them both holding up the peace sign.
The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star rocked a long black gown and her daughter wore an adorable pink dress. The toddler sat on her mother’s lap as they both smiled big for the camera.
Hernandez penned an emotional message to her daughter, expressing how much she loved her.
“No other job I would rather have than being your MAMA girl! #BonnieBella you are the best #gift I’ve ever gave myself! And I say this because I finally grew up baby girl!!” the mother of one wrote. “Truly respect how you always say to me!!! And I quote “mama be nice” girlllllll you are such a great painter and science enthusiast! To watch you grow is a gift from my Ancestors and the Gods🥰🥰🥰 I thank you kiddo”
Fans gushed over Hernandez’s post.
“Awee ❤️😍🙏🏼 amazing how our babies Make us grow up this beautiful ❤️”
“The best gift she ever gave HERSELF period we love baby bonnie “i cannot i cannot”
“This is beautiful. She is such a beautiful princess 😍. Just made me shed a tear. That is so sweet 💕I can’t wait to be a mama”
“She was just what you needed and I love this new improved Joseline❤️. Both of you are BEAUTIFUL”
“😩😩brought me to tears…. I don’t know you but from what i see you are a great mom. You and Bonnie Bella make a great mommy and daughter team!!! God Bless”
“Bonnie is such a precious little girl 😍soooo sweet..I love watching u b her mama.. Awwww this message ❤️”
Hernandez and her ex Stevie J. welcomed Bonnie Bella into the world in December 2016. They split one month prior to her giving birth.
In a 2017 interview with Breakfast Club, Hernandez said becoming a mother changed her life for the better. Her pregnancy forced her to eliminate alcohol and drugs out of her life.
“It made me better. When I was pregnant for 37 weeks, that’s a place of stillness; no drugs, no alcohol, no nothing,”said Hernandez. “Pregnancy taught me how more greater I can become. Motherhood changes you, its like everything is so clear.”