The “Black Ink Crew: Chicago” star, 30, posted a sweet picture of baby Nola to the infant’s Instagram page on Tuesday, Aug. 4. The image showed the child looking more adorable than ever in a gray polka dot onesie and pink headband. She flashed a slight smile at the camera and appeared to be lying inside her crib.
Walker claimed her baby girl’s facial features are constantly changing and wanted to know which parent baby Nola was starting to look more like. “My face is changing! Sometimes I look like mommy and sometimes daddy. Which parent do I look like to you?!” the post read.
A majority of the fans maintained that Walker’s daughter more strongly resembles her husband Neek.
“She’s a light skinned Neek lol,” an IG user quipped. One person agreed and wrote, “Lookin like her daddy lol. She is definitely Neek’s twin.”
Another fan said baby Nola resembled both her mother and father, writing “Her face is definitely changing. I see both mommy and daddy. Perfect mixture of both.”
Someone else noted that the child favored Walker’s late mother Glenda Walker. “Grandma . She favors your mom some but I see yall both when she’s smiling,” the person added.
In the wake of her mother’s passing, the “Black Ink” star decided to honor her by naming baby Nola Glenda Bey after her. Walker continues to mourn her mother and said it’s hard not having her around as a new parent.
“Losing a mom make you realize that you lost an unconditional love that cannot be replaced I’m hurting more than ever. having to reprocess her death all over again while being a new mom in covid it’s getting the best of me,” the reality star wrote via Instagram on July 16. “Would do anything for a hug by my mom to tell me I’m doing a good job and that it will all be okay. Just want her to be here for me.”
Despite the loss of her mother, Walker still has a huge reason to smile. She wrote on July 6, “Life has its ups and downs but I have 1 BIG reason to always smile @nolagbey.”