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Kenya Moore Is Taking No Chances with Her “Crawling Like Crazy” Miracle Baby, Brooklyn

Brooklyn Daly is living her very best life in Detroit — and her RHOA mama has this special item to keep her extra safe.

By Morgan Ashley Parker
Get Your First Look at Kenya Moore's Baby

Brooklyn Doris Daly is one busy tot! Between saying her first word and having playdates with fellow RHOA babies, the little one's social calendar is jam packed, and she's growing up so fast already.

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Right now, Kenya and Brooklyn are jet-setters in Michigan, and we've been treated to some of the cutest and — snuggliest pics — yet.

Since The Real Housewives of Atlanta mama publicly struggled with fertility and during her pregnancy before giving birth at age 47, she often includes the hashtag #miraclebaby with her photos. The same holds true with these new pics, with the added caption: "She’s all I ever wanted and I’m all she ever wants." Awww.

Then, popping over to Brooklyn's own Instagram account, the toddler shared an adorable pic in an inflatable helmet with the caption, "I’m having a great time in Detroit with my family. What’s in my head? Well you have to ask my mommy. Since I’m crawling like crazy she doesn’t want me to hurt my head. I think it looks cute! As you can see I’m smiling."

Some children — like Meghan King Edmonds' daughter, Aspen, and Dorit Kemsley's daughter, Phoenix — wear plastic helmets to help change their heads' shape, while little Brooklyn has an inflatable one to keep her safe on her crawling adventures.

The product description for the exact candy-adorned one Kenya chose explains, "The lightweight and breathable baby safety helmet offers most ideal protection for toddlers during crawling/playing. The head cushion can effectively protect the baby during the collision and the friction caused by the bump and fall. The bumper bonnet does provide an anti-knock, anti-friction, reduced shock, cushioning effect, prevent or reduce the baby's head injuries."

It's commonly said that parents are more careful with first babies, especially when they're still very little, so it makes sense that Kenya's opting for extra security with this new helmet (and those knee pads). If they're currently with family in a new place, there's a very good chance the home they're visiting is not baby-proofed for a crawler anyway.

(Oh, and remember, it's not up to us to judge other parents' decisions, nor do we need to adopt their own choices in our homes.)

Plus, baby "Brookie" looks pretty darn cute in it, anyway.

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