Cardi B and Offset’s son is already holding his bottle independent of mom and dad. Cardi took to Twitter on earlier this week to celebrate her little one’s latest development.
My son holding his bottle wit both his hands already 🥺😱Im trying to remember if KK was doing that around 3 months old or if this is one of the super powers these pandemic babies coming with.
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) December 7, 2021
“My son [is] holding his bottle wit[h] both [of] his hands already,” Cardi told her social media fans. “Im trying to remember if KK (Kulture Kiari) was doing that around 3 months old or if this is one of the super powers these pandemic babies coming with,” Cardi told her supporters.
Cardi B and Offset welcomed their son in September. The celebrities held off on confirming their expectancy of a child until Cardi was nearing her third trimester of pregnancy. Cardi and Offset also refrained from going public about their expectancy of their daughter, Kulture Cephus, until Cardi was nearing her second trimester of pregnancy.
Some have criticized Cardi B for choosing to parent her kids as she sees fit. The rapper, however, continues to celebrate her life as a mom.
“The most underrated part of motherhood is that it’s hard,” Cardi said during a “73 Questions” segment by Vogue in 2019. “People think that it’s easy, but it’s hard,” the celebrity mom added. “We deserve more Mother’s Days.”
Cardi B and Offset’s son made Kulture Cephus a big sister for the first time. The youngster was excited about becoming a big sister but was not initially as happy to learn that she would have a younger brother.
In fact, Kulture was filmed telling her mom that she wanted “a baby sister” upon learning that her mom and dad were expecting a baby boy. “Yeah, but it’s a boy,” Cardi told her daughter. “I want a baby sister,” Kulture told her mom.
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) November 20, 2021
“You better give her a baby sister,” one Twitter fan said after watching the hilarious video clip. “Not her wanting another her,” another social media follower mused.
Kulture Cephus celebrated her third birthday in July. She will ring in Christmas with her baby brother for the first time later this month.
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