Kandi Burruss showcased the struggles of capturing a perfect picture with toddlers on Sunday, Dec. 12, while spending time with her “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-star Kenya Moore and her 3-year-old daughter, Brooklyn Daly.
Burruss, who is holding her daughter Blaze Tucker, 2, appeared to be hanging out at an arcade with the pair when the mothers tried to savor the moment with an image.
In the Instagram upload, the “RHOA” stars were seen smiling while the two toddlers seemed disinterested. Tucker’s digitally disheveled face shows the 2-year-old visibly upset while Daly’s head is turned away from the camera.
In addition to the photo, Burruss expressed in the caption that the mothers’ attempts to get “good pics” failed because their little ones weren’t cooperating. She wrote, “When you trying to get good pics with your little ones but they aren’t having it!”
As fans began to view the post, many brought up the toddler’s reactions in the comments section. One person went as far as to point out the children weren’t attentive because they were in the middle of what appeared to be an arcade.
“The struggle is REAL! Lol.”
“One of the hard parts of parenting is getting your kids to cooperate for pics. My daughter is getting better at saying “cheese” it’s a process.”
“We be trying it at the wrong time. Asf these kids don’t care no pics on the middle of an arcade.”
“The babies were not having a paparazzi moment.”
Among the reaction remarks, others expressed how nice Moore and Burruss looked despite the failed photo. One wrote, “Lol, they both weren’t having it. Nice Picture of and Kenya, though.” Another said, “Y’all cute tho.”
A third Instagram user stated, “But yall look cute tho and that’s all that matters.”
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