As you may recall, Daly is the now stra-ngled father of Kenya Moore with whom she shares a child of one year, Brooklyn Daly. We established a long-distance relationship for much of the short courtship and wedding of the pair which, as you can understand, put a considerable burden on the new parents. Parenting while cultivating a healthy marriage is sufficiently challenging, but trying to do so while living separate lives in different states is almost impossible. In the scene, for the weekends Marc had come back to Atlanta, and an affectionate Kenya saw his love and approval through hoops. Sadly, only snide remarks, baby talk, and outright reje-ction met her attempts to connect emotionally with her spouse.
Throughout her prayers, Kenya also permitted her love to be heard as she said grace, asking God to hold them “on the road of being together, kind and respecting one another,” before wiping tears from her eyes. Marc’s pretended not to see tears. The most fascinating conversation was, though, when Kenya tried to talk with the restaurant owner about their birthday plans. But he ignored her advances and let her know in baby talk to Brooklyn that he did not plan to leave his baby girl behind in exchange for a love night with her mother. she tried to spend some time alone reconnecting with Marc. But, if I want to go to dinner and have some time myself, what can we do once she arrives?”Marc asked.” She asked.
“You and I alone, you mean? Since moving to Brooklyn, Marc told Kenya. “Why you? You were Naah number five. Naah. She should be number one in Kenya and then continue to ask her husband, “Who’s number one me, or Brooklyn? We won’t be leaving you.” ”Of course, Marc, like his previous strides, ignored the issue. The whole scene was difficult to watch— not only because the real star seemed odd to try to ar-gue with her baby for the af-fections of her husband but because Marc doesn’t seem to feel anything for Kenya.
It can be tricky to find your feet in marriage and to bond psychologically after a baby, but Marc doesn’t really like Kenya, and that is nothing but leaving. You often don’t sound like yourself as a new mother and, however, you have this unholy bundle of joy that needs a lot of time, love, attention and resources for your husband. Because of the challenges to modern parenthood, though, couples still need to be reaffirmed throughout their lives. Feeling overcrowded, overcrowded and overworked does not offer couples an excuse to utter negl-igence or m!strea-tment.