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Check Out Blaze Tucker’s First Halloween Costume
RHOA's Kandi Burruss daughter and her brother, Ace, looked oh-so-cute for the season.
In case you missed it, Blaze Tucker just celebrated her first Halloween — and the photos are too cute not to share with the entire world. Kandi Burruss' baby girl turns 1 in November, and even The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member can't believe how quickly the time is flying by.
Kandi shared photos of Blaze all dressed up in her kangaroo costume, as well as photos of herself as a leopard and 4-year-old math wiz Ace as a ninja (aka "Me & my babies!"), and reflected on the passage of time, writing, "Can y’all believe this cutie is 11 months old already?!"
Blaze's first Halloween comes just weeks after Kandi confirmed that her daughter is already walking and hasn't even turned 1 yet. "She did it! [Blaze] took her first couple of steps! She hasn’t even crawled but she decided to walk first. I’m so glad I didn’t miss this moment. I’m smiling from ear to ear right now!" Kandi wrote several weeks back.
Also, in case you were wondering, Blaze shared her thoughts on her mom's choice of Halloween costume. She posted on Instagram: "My mom had the bright idea to make me wear this kangaroo outfit... I guess I’ll be nice a play along."
Blaze turns 1 next month, and Kandi recently opened up about what the experience was like of expecting her child via surrogate. She said in an episode of Parents magazine's We Are Family podcast, via PEOPLE, that while it was a "tough decision," all this time later, "now that it's all said and done, I wouldn't change a thing. It was the best decision that we could have made."
She also noted, "But what I will say is when Blaze got here, I didn't feel any less of a connection than I have with my previous children. I still feel super bonded when I come in the room. Blaze lights up — her smile is so huge when I walk in there — so it's still this same love, the same connection."