Cardi B is celebrating her little boy turning ten-month. The rapper shared a series of adorable snaps of Wave Set, her second child with rapper Offset, on Instagram to mark the infant’s ten-month-old birthday. In the first photo, Wave was staring wide-eyed into the camera, wearing a white onesie and a cute blue and white knit hat.
The rapper also included a set of other pictures of her little boy crawling and playing up to the camera in the hat but this time coupled with a pair of equally adorable blue denim jeans. Alongside the sweet snaps, Cardi B penned in the caption, “Happy 10-month BIG WAVE.” Last month, the rapper shared a different carousel of photographs of her son, marvelling at how rapidly her little one had developed. “My baby growing too fast on me,” she wrote on June 4.
In the series of photos, Wave can first be seen wearing an all-blue ensemble with a chain around his neck, then posing with a happy smile, and finally getting cosied up in a hooded towel. Cardi and husband Offset, who also share 3-year-old daughter Kulture, announced that they welcomed Wave, their second child together, in September by sharing a photo of the three of them in the hospital after his birth. Cardi B and Offset will have another milestone to celebrate when Kulture turns 4.
Previously, Cardi B and Offset shared, “We are so overjoyed to finally meet our son. He is already loved so much by family and friends and we can’t wait to introduce him to his other siblings.” The couple revealed their son’s name and showed his face after 7 months. The singer and the rapper revealed at that time why they waited a while before showing off their second child and announcing his name.
In an interview with Essence, Cardi B spoke about the trolling their daughter Kulture had received and why it made them wary of sharing too much. She shared, “So many people will post mean, disgusting things, just to get a reaction from us.” The I Like It hitmaker went on to say, “We went through a lot of sad things when it comes to Kulture, terrible behaviour that not even the older kids have ever been through.”