"Crawling (His Version Of It)"

Kelly Rowland’s youngest son, Noah Weatherspoon, is on the move! The ‘COFFEE’ singer recently shared an Instagram post that showed her little one crawling and attempting to walk at 7-months-old.


The first clip shared in the series of posts showed Noah crawling rather quickly to his older brother, Titan Weatherspoon, who was relaxing on the floor in the family room. Noah immediately reached for his brother’s hair, which caused Titan to bury his head in the carpet.

“And the sibling rivalry starts,” Kelly exclaimed. “Seven months,” Rowland said of her son’s development. “Crawling (his version of it),” the celebrity mom continued. “How did this happen,” Kelly asked.

“Already on the move,” Melanie Fiona asked. “He’s getting so big,” Tamar Braxton exclaimed after watching the cute segments of Noah at home.

Kelly Rowland has been on a mission to spread goodness through song and practicality. The ‘Commander’ singer recently partnered with the non-profit Life Happens to celebrate Life Insurance Awareness Month.

“Life insurance is my way of saying to my sons – I’ve got you, your dreams, education, passions, and future,” Kelly Rowland said in a statement. “Having life insurance truly eases my heart and mind,” the singer shared. “It means that no matter what, my family can keep looking toward the future,” Kelly added.

“The greatest thing we can do is give people information to take action,” Rowland said when explaining her motivation to shed light on the importance of life insurance. “Through my partnership with Life Happens, I can help educate Americans on why life insurance is a critical way to protect and build a secure future for your loved ones,” the singer shared in her statement.

A recent study shows nearly half of Americans lacking life insurance altogether. Among the insured are only 33% who believe they have enough to cover final expenses as well as bills left behind and other assets. Many Americans do not fully understand how life insurance can serve as income replacement for loved ones left behind. You can learn more about the benefits of a policy at Life Happens.

Photo: Kelly Rowland/Instagram



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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