‘She Putting Those Lil Legs to Use’: Kandi Burruss Shares New Video of Baby Blaze Tucker Hanging Out with Her Brother

Kandi Burruss‘ youngest daughter Blaze Tucker stole the spotlight on Wednesday after the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star posted a video of the infant walking to play with her 4-year-old brother Ace Tucker.

In the 43-second clip, Blaze is seen walking into her brother’s room while holding unidentified items in each hand. As she makes her way to Ace, the soon-to-be 1-year-old carefully steps over his scattered toys until she makes it to her destination in the playroom. The Xscape singer captioned the Nov. 11 post, “My baby girl @blazetucker had to see what was going on in @acetucker’s room. She is busy ❤️❤️.” Fans were filled with joy as they commented on the infant’s walking ability.

Kandi Burruss and a much younger Blaze Tucker. (Photo: @kandi/Instagram)

“Sweetie took her time walking over tht toy.. 🤣😂 Ok periodtt.”

“She’s putting those lil legs to use!! 😂😂 #GoBlaze.”

“Her lil walkkkk🥺🥺🥺🥺.”

“Love her little walk and she was careful stepping over that toy. 😊🤗.”

“😂She is determined to get there❤️.”

The mother of three recently used an interview on Steve Harvey’s Facebook Watch show “Steve on Watch” to talk about how the global pandemic has helped her become more present in her children’s lives. Burruss said, “For people like us who travel a lot, and we work a lot … my biggest fear was that I would miss her first steps or a moment like that.”

The monumental moment happened back in September when the songwriter posted a video on Instagram of Blaze walking into her arms. She captioned the Sept. 30 upload: “She did it! @blazetucker took her first couple of steps! She hasn’t even crawled but she decided to walk first. I’m so glad I didn’t miss this moment. I’m smiling from ear to ear right now!” The post ultimately racked up over 878,000 views and over 184,000 likes.

The “RHOA” star also told the host how excited she was for Blaze’s latest milestone. “I was about to hit a flip in that house when she walked to me, and that was her first steps. I was so excited, I was so happy that I was here for it.”

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