Former Big Brother Naija Housemate Tobi Bakre has finally unveiled the face of his son, Abdulmalik as he clocks one year old today, 30th December 2022.
Kemi Filani notes that Tobi and his wife, Anu have always shared pictures of their son during parental duties without showing his face. However, today being his first birthday, the proud father took to his Instagram page to share adorable family pictures including the handsome face of his son.
In his caption, the reality TV star noted that words can’t express how he feels. He also appreciated his creator for the future of their son.
He wrote: Abdulmalik Oluwatobi Bakre is 1. We thank God for the journey thus far. And we thank God for the future of our little one. Not much to say cos words can’t do it this time! Iya Malik! God bless you. You do this one. Best thing that ever happened for us and to us.
BBNaija’s Tobi Bakre step out with his son, Abdulmalik
Tobi Bakre and his wife welcomed their baby on 30th December 2021, and while announcing the baby’s birth on his Instagram page on 1st January 2022, he shared a photo of his hand and that of his baby.
He wrote: “If I had to write a perfect 2021, couldn’t have written a better ending than this. I got you forever Abdulmalik Oluwatobi Bakre. Love you, son 30/12/21, in the books forever. Happy new year from me and mines.”
A few weeks later, Tobi shared a picture of himself carrying his son in a baby carrier and having a workout with him.
He wrote: It was all cool and sweet untill the 5th hour. Full shoulder and back workout
Tobi Bakre melts heart as he shows off adorable parenting skill
Kemi Filani recalls that Tobi Bakre melted the hearts of many as he showed off his parenting skill.
The actor who isn’t shy of fatherhood showed off his binding moments with his son; He shared an adorable video of him backing his son, Abdulmalik as he tried patting the little boy to sleep on his Instagram page.
In the video, Tobi, was seen backing his son with a wrapper and a shawl, while pacing round the sitting room.
He was also seen displaying some gentle moves like many African mums would do to pet the baby to sleep.