Eleven months after welcoming daughter Holland, new mom Ireland Baldwin has debuted her sweet girl on Instagram. Baldwin shared a series of photos featuring baby Holland front and center in honor of her first Mother’s Day, thanking her even though she can’t actually read the post. (LOL, just mom things indeed.)

Ahead of Holland’s first birthday, Baldwin has been chronicling her first months as a mom, but the Mother’s Day tribute to her little one marks the first time she’s shared her face for fans and followers. And, as expected, she’s absolutely adorable.

“Thank you for making me a momma,” the 28-year-old wrote in her caption. “You changed my life and everything I have ever known. I don’t know why I’m making this post out to you because a) you can’t read yet and b) instagram will probably be a distant memory by the time you can, but I am so proud to have made you!!!”

She shared several photos from Holland’s earliest adventures, including a newborn photo from their hospital bed, bundled-up shots in the snow, and even a cameo appearance from grandma Kim Basinger. Of course, baby Holland looks happy whether she’s relaxing with her mom in the pool (with some gorgeous palm trees as the backdrop) or checking out the washing machine to see what that’s all about.

Baldwin shares Holland with her partner, André Allen Anjos (a musician who goes by RAC). And it certainly seems like she’s surrounded by plenty of love. The model recently shared a video of Basinger in her “latest role as lady elmo,” playing happily with Holland and an oversized stuffed Elmo by the pool. Days earlier, she shared photos of Holland meeting her great-grandma, proof positive of the beauty that transcends generations in this family.

She’s also been honest about the ups and downs of her pregnancy and postpartum experiences, along with settling into her role as a mama. It’s a welcome change for anyone who’s sick of the curated, filtered, picture-perfect version of parenthood we see so often on social media. Getting to see sweet baby Holland is merely an added bonus to boot.