Kenya Moore’s baby girl is the pride and joy of the former “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, and that may have led to some confusion for one of her dogs.
Well, that makes two of them.
Brooklyn Doris Daly was chilling in her baby bed Tuesday when one of Moore’s Yorkshire terriers, Twirl, approached and caught a glimpse of Brooklyn. The result was a photo of the baby and dog looking quizzically at one another.
“What do you think you’re doing? This bed is for one. 👶🏽” read the caption of the Feb. 19 post.
While Brooklyn might not have found any humor in her mama’s dog trying to get cozy in the bed with her, Moore’s fans did.
“Having a stare down! I think she’s going to win 😂 so cute! ❤️😍”
“Brookie like bro you kinda close dog you wanna back up a bit??? 😩😩😂”
“This is the cutest 😂🥰”
“She is looking like ‘boy are you out of your mind? Get off my bed’ my girl 😂😂
“That’s hilarious! Baby looking like come on try it you’re not going to make it!!”
Brooklyn has certainly been eating up most of her mom’s time of late, putting the days where Moore solely doted on her pups Twirl, and her brother, King, in the past.
When Moore jetted off on a tropical getaway last month to celebrate her 48th birthday, she had her baby in tow with her every step of the way. From the time she showed off her incredible post-pregnancy body, to when she waded in the water with a less-than-impressed daughter, Brooklyn did not miss a single moment.
That the new mom has shown off her little girl, whom she shares with New York-based restaurateur Marc Daly, is not surprising. Moore spent years longing for a family and finally became pregnant last spring, which she coyly disclosed during the “RHOA” season 10 reunion.
After a pregnancy that concluded with complications from preeclampsia, Moore gave birth to her “miracle baby” three weeks before her due date on Nov. 4.
“We’re so in love,” told People magazine in December for the cover issue. “Everything that could have gone wrong did go wrong. But she’s such a tough baby; so determined. And every step of the way, she kept surviving and getting stronger. She’s my miracle baby. There’s no other way to describe it, she’s my miracle baby.”