A photo posted by Kandi Burruss (@kandiburruss) on Jan 14, 2016 at 7:46pm PST
Mom has to eat too! Looks like Kandi Burruss isn't going to let her newborn son, Ace Wells Tucker enjoy a meal, while she starves. MStars News has learned that The Real Housewives of Atlanta star is making breastfeeding look easy as she enjoys eating her meals, while baby Tucker gets his.
In a new photo added to Instagram, Burruss showed off her unique way of feeding her son and eating her own meal all at the same time. She even looked like a pro while doing it.
My mom @kandiburruss couldn't wait for me to finish... she's #breastfeeding me & eating her food at the same time! Lol! A photo posted by Ace Wells Tucker (@acewellstucker) on Jan 19, 2016 at 2:44pm PST
Propping her son on a pillow Burruss chow downs while little Ace Wells goes to work getting his own source of nutrients.
Before baby Tucker was born on January 6, Burruss was probably a bit nervous about her son coming into the world because it had been so long since she had a baby to take care of.
Burruss' daughter, Riley is now a teenager, and so is her husband, Todd Tucker's daughter, Kaela.
"Todd and I took like a quick little class of getting prepared for baby. That was interesting because Todd and I we have two girls when we got together so their our girls but 13 and 19...I haven't seen a baby in 13 years," she previously stated.
It appears that the old mother mode has come back naturally for Burruss. MStars News is pretty sure Burruss is going to be fine with whatever challenge she may face while having a newborn again.
After-all, she already announced that the family isn't slowing down just because of the new little one. Burruss and her family are opening up a new restaurant some time this spring. MStars News learned that she hoped to be open in April!
SMH, the Tucker household doesn't stop for anything! Not even a baby.
A photo posted by Kandi Burruss (@kandiburruss) on Jan 17, 2016 at 5:49pm PST
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