It's all about family for Cardi B and Offset this Thanksgiving.
Amid their reconciliation, the married couple celebrated the holiday on Thursday with their 2-year-old daughter Kulture Kiari. In an adorable Instagram post Cardi, 28, shared on Thanksgiving, the toddler was pictured sitting down in a burgundy and beige outfit complete with a matching beret.
"Happy Thanksgiving 🦃.Tried my best to take pics of @kulturekiari 🙄," the rap star captioned her photo set.
Cardi also shared a series of snapshots on her Instagram Story, showing her husband and family members dancing inside what appeared to be their Atlanta home. She also shared photos of their extravagant dinner.
The star officially called off her divorce from the Migos rapper earlier this month, weeks after their public reconciliation.
In one story post, Cardi jokingly removed Kulture's pacifier after the little one didn't want to get dressed for the holiday. "Behaving soo bad," she captioned her photo.
The "Bodak Yellow" rapper initially filed for divorce from Offset, 28, in September, saying their marriage was "irretrievably broken" and "there are no prospects for a reconciliation," reportedly after finding out Offset had been unfaithful yet again, PEOPLE confirmed at the time.
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While celebrating her birthday in Las Vegas the following month, the two were spotted kissing. Offset also shared a video on his Instagram in which he called Cardi his "girl." The weekend-long celebration came after Offset commented "I miss MRS. WAP" to a fan.
On Oct. 15, Cardi addressed her fans on Twitter after insinuating that the two were back together. She had also spent the last month defending her husband online.
"If I want to go to an extreme to teach a n—- a f—ing lesson and f—ing file for divorce, I could do that," she said in an audio clip. "It's my life. I'm not getting no f—ing abuse."
"If we work things out, we sit down and work things out and I tell a n—- what I don't like and what I want to change when he tells me what he wants me to change what he wants me to stop doing," she added.
Cardi ended the two-part audio clip by saying that the two are "work[ing] things out little by little slowly."
It has been a week of celebration for Cardi, who made history last Sunday by becoming the first artist to win favorite song in the rap/hip-hop category at the American Music Awards two times.
She was previously awarded in 2018 for her hit "Bodak Yellow," and this year, she took home the trophy again for her song "WAP" featuring Megan Thee Stallion.
The star was unable to attend the awards show in Los Angeles, but celebrated the historic win on Twitter. "Thank you guys soooo much," she wrote, along with a video showing her thanking her fans. "Me and Meg really appreciate all the love from fans, celebs everybody that supported the song. Also thanks for voting."
"Ugh if I would have known all this was going down today I would [have] rescheduled my dentist appointment," she continued. "I'm so swollen."
Megan was on hand to accept the award, which was presented by Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox. The Houston rapper, 25, told the crowd that she and Cardi were "super appreciative" of the honor, and gave a sweet shoutout to her mother and grandmother.
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