Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade’s daughter, Kaavia James, is already eating solid foods at just four months old. And the sassy little tot, known as “shadybaby” to the internet world, seems to already have a love and hate relationship with frutis and vegetables.
Kaavia first tried solid foods about five days ago and things didn’t go well.
“1st day trying solid foods. Didnt go well. @kaaviajames 1 Avocado 0. She is not pleased. Wait till she sees her lunch,” Gabrielle captioned under a photo of a not-so-happy Kaavia.
Yesterday, the actress posted a video clip of little Miss Wade trying butternut squash for the first time.
She wrote as a caption to the clip. “Butternut squash in Wade County for the win!! @kaaviajames has found her joy folks and its NOT avocado 🥴 @dwyanewade tried butternut squash yesterday and today Kaav can’t get enough! Enjoy the montage! Cheers to the weekend and trying new stuff!”
While many fans adored the cute video, others were concerned that Gabby was starting her baby on solid foods too early.
One fan wrote, “….How is she eating solids already? She just got here. Why is time flying so quickly? She’s about to be walking and talking next week. Get her a bib now lol. Cute little baby girl. Too cute gab.”
Another wrote, “Pay no attention to those who says she is to young for solid food. I started putting cereal in their bottles when they were two months and solid food at 4-5 months.. These babies come here hungry.”
According to WebMD: “The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfeeding exclusively for about six months, and notes that most babies are ready to start solid foods between four and six months. Here are some signs that your baby is ready: She loses the tongue-thrust reflex that pushes the spoon back out of her mouth.”