- Nana Ama McBrown’s daughter, Baby Maxin, has rocked an all-white attire in a new photo
- She wears a pair of short and a white top designed with two distinct shoulders
- Fans have praised her for being a young fashionista
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Nana Ama McBrown’s daughter, Baby Maxin, has stunned fans in a photo dressed in all-white like an angel.
She also gave kids’ fashion idea in her attire that is designed in a way that it has two different styles at the shoulders.
Baby Maxin stood confidently in posing for the camera and fans have praised her.
Nana Ama, for instance, wrote in the Akan language that Maxin is a special gift from God:
nanaamamcbrown_daily: “onyame akyede3 Obaayaa Achiaa.”
Baby also called her mummy’s pride:
iambabymaxin_daily: “Mummy’s Pride.”
Akosua wrote in the Akan language that Maxin is a jewel:
More fans admired Baby Maxin and showered her with nice words:
mavisoppongwaa: “Obaa yaa ahufe.”
obi_sama: “Waw nice.”
nanaamabow: “Fine girl
alice.ampong: “You are beautiful.”
owaretheodora61: “Soo cute.”
poshe_fabrics: “The she’s standing like she’s doing introduction Eeii baby maxin.”
afia1604: “My princess papabi.”
Meanwhile, Baby Maxin was in the news recently for reciting a popular nursery rhyme at age one.
She has shown by her activities on social media that she is smart and intelligent just like her mother.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, she was seen braiding the hair of her doll so skillfully like a professional hairdresser.
In another video, Maxin was captured singing and dancing to KiDi’s Say Cheese song.
Her mother, McBrown herself was recently in the news for forgoing her plush kitchen to cook in the open in helping at a funeral ground.
Many people admired her and said she is humble and down to earth.
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