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Porsha's Daughter PJ Sneaking a Bag of Chips Is Too Cute for Words

RHOA's Porsha Williams shared an adorably hilarious video of Pilar Jhena hiding a late-night snack. 

By Abby Feiner
Porsha Williams Pilar Food

As Porsha Williams's 19-month-old daughter, Pilar Jhena "PJ" McKinley, grows up, The Real Housewives of Atlanta mom has proudly documented her little one as she hits milestones like giving kisses and learning to spell. Now, it seems PJ has acquired a new skill that Porsha is slightly less excited about: hiding late-night snacks. 

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In an adorable video posted to the baby's official Instagram account run by Porsha, PJ sat on the floor between furniture as she dug into a bag of LAY'S Salt & Vinegar Chips. "PJ, what are you doing?" Porsha asked as PJ looked down and continued eating. "You already had dinner!"

As Porsha tried to take the bag, PJ held tight, shook her head no, and tried to leave the space before realizing she was blocked in by her mini ball pit and slide. Ultimately, Porsha was successful in getting the chips, but PJ wasn't quite ready to gracefully accept defeat, as you can see in the video below. 

On the October 11 episode of Bravo's Chat Room,  Porsha opened up about thinking carefully about what she feeds PJ. "Moms, we deal with mommy guilt all the time. And me, I feel [that] a lot because I have a toddler," she said at the time. "So it's like, am I doing it right, am I not? Am I feeding her what she should be fed, or not? And a lot of times, it's like, do I pop open a can of food, or what?"

Ultimately, Porsha recently found a solution that works with her busy schedule. "I decided to just give up and go online," she said, laughing. "I have hired a company to just send out these pre-made foods, these pre-made meals. So, when there's time for me to be able to make something from scratch, I do, which I feel good about myself. But I don't have the mommy guilt because when I can't, I just pop in something healthy [to the microwave.] And there you go!"

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