"You see the wonder in everything and remind me that the world is made of magic," Bindi Irwin had written on her daughter's 2nd birthday.
Bindi Irwin's daughter is the cutest little thing walking this earth. Grace Warrior, 2, is celebrating Easter by rocking her Star Wars-themed top on the annual holiday.
Bindi, who shares Grace with her Husband, Chandler Powell, took to Instagram to post an adorable reel that featured Grace pointing to her shirt and saying, "R2-D2 and baby Yoda"
Flashing the cutest smile and holding a rubber duck in each hand, the toddler seems extremely happy. "Happy Easter from the Irwin Powell family! 💗" Bindi captioned the post.
Grace just turned 2 last month and her mother took to Instagram to post a series of adorable photos of the birthday girl. "Garden party with our birthday girl. 💛," she captioned the post.
The proud mother previously posted a very special message on March 24. "Our TWO-year-old girl! Happy Birthday to my whole world. 💗," Bindi wrote alongside photos of herself, her husband Chandler Powell, and Grace.
She then went on to call her the "sunshine that fills their lives" and continued to express her feeling for the little angel. "Every day I am amazed by your hundreds of words and smiles, fascination for the natural world/every animal you discover, and your adventurous soul," she wrote.
"You see the wonder in everything and remind me that the world is made of magic. Being your mama is the best part of my life. I love you with my entire heart, for all of my existence," she added.
In an interview with PEOPLE back in October, Bindi talked about her child's future. She said that she "already has a strong and independent personality" and that she hopes to support her so that she "undertakes and accomplishes anything sets her mind to."
"I'm incredibly lucky to be her mama, holding her hand as she navigates life until she's ready to take on the world. Although, as a mum, I'll always be there for her to lean on whenever she needs me," she added. She also talked about how she wants her to be a "changemaker for women." She said, "Whatever her chosen field, I hope to be able to give her the tools and confidence to be a leader and an inspiration for other girls."
Not only do I believe she can achieve her dreams, but I also want to encourage her to achieve goals that are even beyond what she dreams possible!
Bindi Irwin who is a conservationist and daughter of the renowned Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin, is very vocal about women's rights. She took to Twitter on International Women’s Day and opened up about her dealing with "insurmountable fatigue, pain, and nausea" from endometriosis for a decade, and let other women know that it's okay not to feel the best all the time.
According to a Washington Post report in December, studies show that the dismissal of women’s pain can affect treatment for a lot of underlying health issues including heart problems, stroke, chronic illnesses, endometriosis, and more.
“I’m sharing my story for anyone who reads this and is quietly dealing with pain and no answers,” Bindi added. “Let this be your validation that your pain is real and you deserve help."
Cover Image Source: (L) Instagram | Bindi Irwin ; (R) Getty Images | Jon Kopaloff