On Tuesday, Jan. 19, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star uploaded the sweet video onto the Instagram page she created for the 2-year-old. In the 11-second clip, Brooklyn is seen playfully dipping her chopsticks in what appeared to be dipping sauce and licking them off while watching a child’s program on a cellphone. Brooklyn proves kids these days are true multitaskers.
Kandi captioned the post, “The sauce is better than the sushi 👶🏽,” which garnered over 61,700 views from fans swooning over the toddler. One user applauded Kenya’s parenting skills and how she’s introducing her child to worldly activities.
“❤️In my opinion this baby is being taught how to be elegant while being beautiful at the same. Time!” they wrote. “Shes not twerking or bouncing. I love the way she’s being raised! While being beautiful at the same time.”
Another fan commented, “She is using her chop sticks in her own world. i can’t stop laughing here on my seat. She just does everything like a grown big girl. just love her.”
A third person teasingly wondered whether they had been misusing chopsticks after seeing Brooklyn handle hers. “Let me find out I’ve been using chopsticks wrong this whole time 🤔,” they quipped.
Brooklyn’s resemblance to her father Marc Daly also came up. “Whew! Looking like her daddy Jesus!” someone observed. They added, “This kid is growing up so fast, I swear it feel Kenya just had her😭😍❤️.”
Kenya and Marc tied the knot in 2017 and welcomed their first child together a year later. The pair separated in 2019 after only two years of marriage. Since their split, Marc remained in New York running his restaurant SoCo, while Kenya and Brooklyn currently live in Atlanta.
They recently reunited in November to celebrate their daughter’s birthday. The model shared several photos of the estranged couple smiling and seemingly enjoying their time together. In the caption, Kenya wrote, “Wishing everyone love and happiness.” She thanked her photographer before adding, “Thank you @freddyoart, for capturing this moment 👶🏽❤️ #2yearsold.”