Babies will be babies, and for that they are loved. They often speak their mind and when they’re not expressing their opinions, they’ll let you know how they feel just by their facial expression.
It seems that Gabrielle Union’s daughter is no exception to this rule, and the little babe is serving up some looks.
In a series of Instagram posts for Gabrielle and her husband’s skincare brand aimed at kids POC called PROUDLY, their daughter Kaavia James Union Wade is unimpressed and definitely not trying to hide her feelings either.
The queen of expression
Kaavia James must have gotten these amazing expressions from her mother, Gabrielle Union, who is an American actress best known for her work in teen comedy film. she is all that and romantic comedy 10 things i hate about you. She has now launched a successful acting career through hits like Brothers, Daddy’s Little GirlY think like a man – but acting isn’t the only thing Union has done.
She is also the author of 4 books, 2 of them are memoirs and the other 2 are children’s books. Union has also been actively using her platform to raise awareness about women’s health and the prevailing violence against women. In 2020, she was in the Times list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Gabrielle Union married NBA player Dwayne Wade in 2014. The couple welcomed daughter Kaavia in 2018 via surrogacy. The photos uploaded by Union show her daughter and her husband, but the best part is Kaavia’s expression.
In the first photo, the 3-year-old is seen with her parents looking at the makeup artist, completely uninterested. Another photo shows Union sitting on outdoor chairs next to Kaavia, while Gabrielle smiles; the young man has none of that.
the gloomy baby
This baby sure has a killer sideways look. In fact, this look has become Kaavia’s signature and became the inspiration behind the book written by Union and Wade entitled gloomy baby in an attempt to remove the negativity from the word ‘shady’.
In a joint statement, Wade and Union discussed creating a book that will allow POC children to envision themselves as heroes, leaders and fairytale characters.
Kids are so unintentionally funny sometimes, and it comes naturally to them, just like Kaavia’s sideways glance!