Kenya Moore’s baby girl, Brooklyn Daly, is turning two months! Over the weekend, the former Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared an adorable image of her infant, captioning it:

Last week, she shared a sweet Christmas photo, posing with her husband Marc Daly and Brooklyn in front of a tree she wrote,

It’s Brooklyn‘s first Christmas! I always thought Xmas pajamas were corny until God blessed me with a family of my own… we couldn’t wait to take these.
Happy holidays! #theDalys
#familychristmasphoto #love #holiday

Earlier this month, Kenya explained that she’s open to have more children.

At the age of 47, Kenya had a high-risk pregnancy that included multiple health scares and led to an emergency cesarean section. However, she’s still open to expanding her family. She explained,

Kenya Moore's baby girl, Brooklyn Daly, is only six weeks old, but she's already leaving quite her mark on the world. She's the apple of her parents' eyes, has already been featured in her first magazine spread, is basically an honorary member of The Real Housewives of Atlanta crew, and, yes, even has her own Instagram account. She's a star — just like her mama. And now Kenya is gushing all about her daughter's recent milestone on Instagram.

"#6weeksold May God bless you and may all your heart’s desires come true. I never gave up, kept praying and believing in God’s plan for my life," Kenya wrote. "Stay prayerful He has your back. babybrooklyn #love #faith #family #godsspeed #pray."

Kenya and husband, Marc Daly, welcomed Brooklyn into their family on November 4. And her name definitely holds a very significant meaning for the couple, as Kenya previously explained. "Brooklyn because that’s where we met and fell in love, and Doris after my grandmother who passed away last year and who raised me,” Kenya told PEOPLE at the time, adding that “Brooklyn is very alert and active.”

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