First, we watched Brielle Biermann blossom before our eyes, and now we're watching the same happen with her younger sister, Ariana Biermann. The Don't Be Tardy teen headed off to her last homecoming dance over the weekend, and you can bet that mama Kim Zolciak-Biermann was feeling all the feels about that milestone as she dropped a little hint about her daughter's college plans.
"I can’t take it!! You look incredible. This year is not easy for me. This is Ariana’s last homecoming, she turns 18 next month, graduates in May, head’s off to college in another state far away," Kim teased on Instagram. "Guess we are moving too then. If you see me crying this is just a few of the reasons why .. . My dream: we all live on the same street forever. Ariana, we are so PROUD OF YOU."
Ariana managed to sneak into Kim's comments with an offer that we think her mom will have a hard time refusing: "I love you so much! Come move in my dorm with me! Thank you for all you do for me!"
Kim and dad Kroy Biermann have never been shy about gushing about their daughter to The Daily Dish in the past, as she continues to achieve all of her dreams. "I’m extremely proud of Ariana. She’s a person that has a very, very big and good heart. She sees the good in people. She sees the good in herself," Kroy shared in 2016.
"She’s a very driven girl. She cares about what she does. If she chooses to do it, she’s going to care about what she’s doing and do it to the best of her ability, whether it’s school, whether it’s taking care of her siblings, her friends, her sports. Whatever it is that she does, she really puts in 100 [percent] effort and typically is successful," Kroy said in fall 2016. "It’s just because of her attitude. She wants to learn. She’s learned a lot. She’s a good listener. I’m very proud of her for where she’s going in her life."
Kim described Ariana as the "total opposite of me" when we spoke to her in fall 2016, adding, "Ariana, I already know she's going very far, farther probably than any of them. I'm not even worried about her. There's not one bone in my body ... she will go places. She wants to contribute to this world. She's just an all-around, well-balanced girl."