Kenya Moore’s photos of baby daughter Brooklyn Daly opening Cynthia Bailey Christmas present have fans in awe

Kenya Moore shared a post about her baby girl, Brooklyn Daly’s social media account featuring the little girl opening a Christmas gift from Cynthia Bailey. Brookie couldn’t be more cute and the fans agree.

“Thank you aunt @ cynthiabailey10, for my thoughtful and incredible Christmas present. I love you! ❤️ ???????? ‘Kenya has captioned its message on social media.

Somoene said, “Brookie, enjoy all your gifts, you deserve them. And yes, your smile melts all hearts, “and a follower posted this:” I love you baby Brooklyn too. Your smile lights up a room. “

Another commenter wrote, “I know it’s a litter, but I want Cynthia and Mike to have a baby.”

Someone else said, “She’s a very good friend for you and she loves your little girl.”

A subscriber posted this: “Broookieeeee. Yayyyy. I thought about you all day the other day. You are leaving for a truly exciting 2020 life. It looks like my childhood. “

A follower wrote: “Yes, your smile melts my heart every time too baby Brooklyn ???? your virtual aunt ????”

Another commenter posted: “Brookie seems to like the packaging more than the gift.” It intrigues LOL. “

In other news, not so long ago, Kenya blew the minds of its fans and showed off its killer body.

She has flaunted her abs for her fans, and people are going crazy because of this woman’s amazing look.


Recently, it has also been reported that Kenya shocked its fans when it shared images of an accident near her home.

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