Menu

After the Grammy Awards last night, one of our favorite celebrity mamas announced her second baby’s gender in the most subtle way on Instagram. She captioned a photo of her holding her precious bump on the red carpet with, “mama and her baby boy” and fans could barely contain their excitement.


mama and her baby boy

A post shared by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on

She donned a showstopping silver beaded gown that flattered her growing bump flawlessly and we couldn’t help but notice how excited John Legend looked to be walking the red carpet with her and baby. ? The couple left the awards a little early and ended up home by 10:30pm according to her Twitter feed, too. No judgement: Mama needs sleep!

FEATURED VIDEO

Earlier this month, she revealed that she knew the sex of their second child, but didn’t want to share it with the public just yet. In fact, husband John Legend wanted to keep it under wraps so the family could have something for just them for a while and we absolutely understand that. After all, it’s up to the parents to decide when the time is right to share the gender.

Teigen has mentioned in interviews previously that she hopes a boy will join their family one day—and now it’s finally a reality! After some fertility struggles in the past, their growing family is nothing short of a blessing. We have no doubt Teigen will love being a boy mama, too. And, we can’t wait to find out what the baby’s name will be. ?

I was blissfully asleep on the couch while my little one was occupied elsewhere with toys, books and my partner. She got bored with what they were doing, escaped from his watch and, sensing my absence, set about looking for me. Finding me on the couch, nose-level, she peeled back my one available eyelid, singing, "Mama? Mama? ...You there? Wake UP!"

Sound familiar? Nothing limits sleep more than parenthood. And nothing is more sought after as a parent than a nap, if not a good night's rest.

But Mother Nature practically guarantees that you are likely to be woken up by a toddler—they're hardwired to find you (and get your attention) when you're "away."

FEATURED VIDEO

Keep reading Show less
Life