The RHOA actress Kenya Moore has been keeping her fans entertained with videos and pictures of her 1 yr old daughter Brooklyn Daly in her social media. Amidst the lockdown, Kenya is pretty much occupied with her toddler that is quite relaxing.
Speaking on that she said: “We’re pretty much isolated,” and “[Brooklyn] does have a few classes online like she has a music class. So she’s still able to do her music class virtually. And then everything else is just, you know, Skyping and FaceTiming and that kind of thing.” We asked the Celebrity Apprentice alum how she planned on celebrating Mother’s Day with her daughter and she laughed, “I’m sure she’ll plan something fabulous for me.”
She also added that Brooklyn was a “Miracle Baby” and it is known that she conceived through IVF from Baby Quest Foundation at the age of 48. Taking about the foundation she said: “They cover expenses of surrogacy, in vitro, egg and sperm donation, financing for embryo donation, and gestational surrogacy,” and “there are so many issues people could be facing trying to have a family. Maybe your partner has a low sperm count or maybe there’s someone that’s undergoing chemotherapy, they also pay for egg freezing and retrieval. So they kind of do it all.”
Further, she is not the brand ambassador of the organization but she is been providing a sum of $20,000 for the applicants this year. Moore added saying: “If you’ve ever watched me on Real Housewives of Atlanta, I’ve been very open about wanting a family,” and “I was faced with a lot of challenges to conceive because I had medical issues, fibroids. So basically they told me that if I were to try the conventional way, it was probably a 5 percent chance of getting pregnant. But I would dramatically increase my chances if I did IVF and I feel fortunate that I had the resources to undergo IVF because they can start at like, $15,000 and up just for one cycle. And a lot of people are not successful in the first cycle.”
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The best thing about #Greece was having @thebrooklyndaly there every night. We were able to go to #santorini from Athens and it was one of the most memorable trips I’ve ever had. What I do can be tough at times but it’s a lot easier when you have genuine friendships and love from people who love You and off camera. Thanks to my sisters @cynthiabailey10 and @Kandi for being there in good times and bad. I love you both. Thanks #teamtwirl for being the most loyal fans anyone can have. Please Stay safe and stay blessed. #love #family #RHOA
She continued that: “It’s extremely expensive and the average family doesn’t have $15, $20, $30,000 just lying around for medical treatments that are elective because oftentimes, they’re not covered by insurance companies. I’m donating $20,000 of my own money to sponsor a family,” Kenya continued. “And people can go to my Baby Quest grant’s web page that’s for Kenya, and they can match my donation. So instead of me just giving 20,000 hopefully I can raise another $20,000 and make the donation much larger.”