If Kandi Burruss’ doesn’t have anything else, she sure does have some beautiful babies.
On Wednesday, March 10, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star uploaded several snaps to her Instagram account of her two youngest children, 5-year-old son Ace Wells and 1-year-old daughter Blaze Tucker.
Throughout the gallery of photos, baby Blaze could be seen wrestling a chocolate treat from her big brother’s hand. In the first snap, Blaze’s tiny fingers manage to get a good grip on the sweet prize as Ace looks directly into the camera, disregarding his little sister. In the second photo, Ace seemingly gives in to his sister’s demand. By snap No. 3 Blaze had completed her mission of successfully obtaining some of her brother’s food. “Why did @acetucker think he was gonna get away with not sharing his snack with @blazetucker?! 🤣🤣🤣, ” Kandi captioned the adorable series of events.
The post received over 40,000 likes within an hour of its upload. Fans gushed over Blaze’s resilience in making her brother share with her, including one user who wrote, “It’s the last picture for me with blaze hands in the air like “ Yessss I Got It” 😂.”
Another chimed in, “It’s the last pic for me, She said I got it mommy 😊.”
“That last slide is like ‘I won!!’ 😂😂😂 too cute 🥰,” an admirer said.
Other fans pointed out how much baby Blaze looked like her mother, including one fan who stated, “Blaze is all you.” They added, “DNA don’t lie, she is definitely your clone. Stunning!!!”
“Geez…I thought I had strong genes! Those are definitely your twins! 😍,” another person agreed.
In total, the singer-songwriter is mommy to three children, including her first daughter, 18-yea-old Riley from a previous relationship. When it comes to raising her children, Kandi reveals it does take a village. During an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the singer disclosed that not only does she get support from her husband Todd Tucker and her mother Joyce Jones, sometimes her close friends would even help out. Her circle would alternate taking their children to various events so that they don’t miss out on activities while their mothers work.
“They were never sitting there thinking, ‘Oh, my mom is not really doing anything with me,’” Kandi explained, “It has helped a lot.”