Gabrielle Union just revealed the hardest thing about being a mom. Check out the message that she shared on her social media account here.
‘Hardest part about being a working Mom is missing important events in your kid’s lives. Today I missed @kaaviajames holiday program at school and felt so awful to disappoint her. So I did the next best thing and I became her hype woman before I left for work,’ she captioned her post.
Someone said: ‘it’s ok, I missed Izzy’s first piano recital at age 4, due to work obligations,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘She did great!!!! It was so cute I cried the whole time Mackenzie was living her Kidz Bop dreams!’
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One other follower said: ‘Aw!!!! Yes mama you know I can relate! You will always be there for her and she knows, with all the great quality times and moments in her life, you will have your arms open always to wrap her in your love.’
A commenter posted this: ‘We’ve all been there. Just know that you’re doing the best you can, and that’s good enough,’ and a follower said: ‘I know it’s disappointing but you are a wonderful Mom to all your children!!! You have some parents who are available for their kids and still not there.”
One fan said: ‘You’re an amazing mom @gabunion later on down the line she’ll understand why you missed certain events and she’ll love you even the more!!! I love you both sooo much! @kaaviajames Heyyyy TeeTee Baby!’
Gabrielle Union ‘s fans said that her daughter, Zaya will become a supermodel. Check out the post that has people talking.
‘Happy Thanksgiving From The Wades,’ Gaby said.
Someone posted this message: ‘That baby gon stop fuckn wit y’all soon as she pass her driving test,’ and a commenteer said: ‘I’m confused it is thanksgiving or Christmas? love the photos though.’
In other news, Gabrielle Union is showing love to Aunjanue Ellis on her social media account.
She is praising all kinds of important women on a weekly basis. Check out her message here.
‘Today’s #WCW is Aunjanue Ellis. Aunjanue is a friend whose illustrious career has spanned decades. She is also a fierce advocate for civil rights. She’s had many iconic roles, including the matriarch of The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel, Ray, Men Of Honor and more,’ Gaby began.