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Kenya Moore Shares Big News About What's Next for Her Family
The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member opened up about her plans for what's next for her family and her daughter Brooklyn.
Moore Manor may have a new inhabitant soon! When chatting recently with The Daily Dish, The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Kenya Moore opened up about her potential plans to maybe welcome a new pet into her storied Atlanta home.
Kenya and Brooklyn Love Dogs
Bravo fans know that Kenya is a certified dog-lover. The haircare mogul has been loud and proud about her affection for pups, and she's been a devoted dog mama. As such, she knows her way around a pet-care routine as does her little girl. Kenya told The Daily Dish that she's a pro at feeding, grooming, and being an all-around devoted caretaker for her beloved animals.
Kenya has also passed her love for four-legged creatures onto her little one, Brooklyn Doris Daly. The four-year-old "loves animals," and "loves helping animals," the Atlanta mam told Bravo.
So, now Kenya is thinking of growing their family with a new pooch: "I'm thinking about getting her another dog... maybe like a golden retriever."
Kenya Is Raising Brooklyn to Be Strong
Kenya went on to share that getting her daughter a dog goes hand-in-hand with teaching her how to be a responsible young lady.
"I'm looking to teach [Brooklyn] to be a stronger person who is independent and an independent thinker. Someone who appreciates the value of hard work." Kenya explained. "That's why I make her do chores now. If there's something that she wants ... I purposely don't spoil her. Everything that she gets is because she deserves it, and because she did something that she was supposed to do or she behaved in a certain way."
Kenya's Future Hopes for Brooklyn
Kenya went on to share that while she wants her daughter to learn from her, she also hopes that Brooklyn will "eclipse" her. "I want her to be better than me, whatever that looks like, in twenty years," she sweetly said. "Whether it's being a young entrepreneur or following her passions."
In addition to animals, Kenya explained that Brooklyn has an affinity for fixing things. "She's so fascinated with everything that has to do with fixing things, even when it comes to the house," Kenya said. "She loves to fix! She's a fixer — and that includes people's lives. So I want her to just be a better version of me. I want her to stay happy in this protected place of being happy."
In the meantime, Kenya has said that her daughter is already surpassing her in one area. Back in January, she revealed: "[Brooklyn] is in a[n] international school, so she is speaking almost fluent Spanis. She has far surpassed me in speaking.”