Cardi B Shares Sweet Throwback Photos Of Her Son Wave

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Cardi B shared a sweet throwback to her early days with her son, Wave.

Weeks after introducing her eight-month-old son Wave Set Cephus to the world, the 'Money' rapper has posted new-to-us pics of herself and the infant, with a caption reflecting on her post-pregnancy bod.

In the photos, the star sports a black top and leggings, auburn hair, and some super-long stiletto nails as she sits in a grey chair in a nursery, flanked by some tall giraffe dolls. Baby Wave, resting in his mom's arms wears a pumpkin hat, an orange sweater, and black pants.

'I wanna be this thick again,' Cardi captioned the post.

Since she and Offset posted their first pics of Wave last month, Cardi has shown that the baby's cool style isn't limited to his first blue puffer jacket and chain. Earlier this week, the 'WAP' rapper marked her son turning eight-months-old with a pic of the tot wearing a red bandana-print jacket, camo-print pants, and a yellow tee from the streetwear brand Gallery Dept. Wave also sported white baby-sized Air Force 1s, a red beanie, layered diamond chains, and a pair of diamond stud earrings.

'BIG WAVE 🌊 BIG 8 MONTHS 🥲😤,' the proud mum wrote.

In an Essence interview showcasing Cardi B and Offset's blended family, the Migos rapper shared that the couple are raising their kids so they stay grounded among all the glamour and fame.

'We still teach our kids like normal parents,' he said. 'I’ve never told my daughter she’s a celebrity. I want her to have the mind of a working person. I always tell my kids how hard I worked, how many years I put in to be in a position where everything is good.'

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