Cardi B celebrates 9 months with son Wave, shares rare photos

Cardi B is honoring her son Wave’s latest milestone with rare photos of the little one.

“Happy 9 months Wave 🌊🥺!!” the rapper, 29, captioned an Instagram slideshow Saturday. “My baby growing too fast on me🥲.”

In the social media upload, Wave grinned in a tie-dye shirt and a blue beanie while wearing a chain around his neck.

The “Love & Hip Hop: New York” alum also posted snaps of her baby boy sporting pajamas and a towel.

Many of Cardi’s Instagram followers noted Wave’s uncanny resemblance to his 3-year-old sister, Kulture.

“I can barely tell them apart,” one user commented, with another calling Wave a “copy and paste” version of Kulture. A third fan wrote, “[He] stole Kulture’s whole face.”

The “WAP” performer gave birth to her and husband Offset’s second baby together in September 2021 after a “crazy ass delivery.”

Cardi “lost so much blood” welcoming Wave, she said in an Instagram Story video later that same month, noting that she planned to take her “f—king time” recovering.

Cardi B and daughter Kulture walking in their home while Offset holds son Wave.
Cardi is also the mother of 3-year-old daughter Kulture with husband Offset.
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The couple waited until April to reveal their new arrival’s name and face on social media.

“WAVE SET CEPHUS,” the Migos member, 30, captioned his youngest child’s Instagram debut.

The Georgia native is also the father of Jordan, 12, Kody, 7, and Kalea, 7, from previous relationships. He and Cardi welcomed Kulture in July 2018.

While raising their two kids, Cardi maintains claw-like nails, reassuring naysayers last month that she is perfectly capable of changing diapers.

“I do feel like boys are harder to clean, they got more crevices,” the “Hustlers” star captioned a May Twitter demo of herself putting a diaper on a stuffed animal.

“I don’t know if it’s because I have two kids so I could probably do it a little faster. Maybe because I’ve been wearing nails this long since I was 19,” she added.

When Kulture asked her mom what she was doing, the New York native replied, “It’s a long story.”

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