Dwyane Wade is taking a page out of Andy Cohen‘s fatherhood book.
The NBA star shared a sweet Instagram snapshot Wednesday showing himself flying on a plane with daughter Kaavia James, 3 months — and copping the Watch What Happens Live host’s style.
In the snap, the Miami Heat shooting guard is smiling as baby Kaavia sits pretty on his chest in a BABYBJORN carrier. Mom Gabrielle Union can be seen in the background, flashing a peace sign.
“Wherever we’re going. Just know I got you!!! @kaaviajames @bravoandy swag,” Wade captioned the post.
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The image is a near recreation of a photo Cohen, 50, shared to Instagram on Feb. 8 with his then-4-day-old son Benjamin Allen on a plane and tucked into a BABYBJORN Baby Carrier Mini.
“Digging the #DadGear !!!” he wrote.
Cohen found the funny in Wade’s post, commenting, “You and I are basically the same person!!!! All the best to your family! Can yours teach mine (basketball)?”
The 37-year-old athlete readily agreed, responding, “We can exchanged (sic) talents any day haha.”
Little Kaavia is already a social-media star at just 3 months old, thanks to an Instagram account run by Mom and Dad that boasts nearly half a million followers.
The account frequently shares adorable photos of the baby, who is affectionately referred to as a “#ShadyBaby” thanks to her hilarious facial expressions.
“She looks just like Dad, but I’d like to think the attitude is from me,” Union recently told PEOPLE. “She will stare into your soul and tell you about yourself through her eyes.”
The couple, who married in 2014, welcomed their daughter on Nov. 7 via surrogate.
Gabrielle Union Says Daughter Kaavia James “Looks Just Like Dad” but the “Attitude” Is from Her
Union has long been open about her difficult road to motherhood, writing in her memoir last year that she has had eight or nine miscarriages.
“If you’ve been rocking with me, in my misery and my pain and my failures, I want you to enjoy my joys,” she told PEOPLE earlier this month. “If you can’t just sit back and enjoy the miracles without offering every piece of advice Nana ever gave you, it’s okay to unfollow. It’s okay to just enjoy the ride.”
Wade played Sunday in the NBA All-Star Game, which the L.A.’s Finest actress celebrated with a sweet Instagram post dubbing him and their daughter the “allstars of my (heart).”
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