See Tamron Hall's Baby Moses Give a 'Hi Five' in Father's Day Photo
Tamron Hall is basking in the joy of motherhood, and she can’t stop gushing about her baby boy on social media. Little Moses is stealing hearts all over Instagram, and a new pic Hall posted on Father’s Day left fans swooning over the adorable tot.
Baby Moses is just 2-month-old, and he already has thousands of fans on social media.
The adorable baby boy has easily stolen the spotlight from his famous mother with his lovely smile and big doe eyes.
A CUTE PIC FOR DAD
In a new pic posted by Tamron to celebrate Father’s Day, Moses’s cuteness is overboard as he donned a blue onesie and a gray bib while laying down on a big white pillow with cute phrases. The boy seems to have been waving his arms and giggling, giving Hall the chance to capture the perfect shot.
“Baby Moses giving “Hi” five to all the dads and all the men who are father figures in our lives,” Tamron captioned the pic.
"I was terrified I would lose this baby, and I would have to go back and tell everyone that now it was bad news..."
“Moses And Papa. #happyfathersday to my “Hubs” on his First Father’s day. Missing you my dad MSG Clarence Newton.”
Fans of the former “Today” show filled the comment section gushing about Moses.
“You sure! I thought he was hailing a taxi. Happy Father’s Day to your hubby” wrote one user.
“Hi, your eyes are beautiful Moses baby. The light of your eyes and your smile are wonderful. I wish every dad a happy father's day.”
And a third one said, “Wow! He is so cute! ‘Hi’ five to Baby Moses, and #happyfathersday to your Hubs. Have a great day today all the three of you.”
TAMRON OPENS UP ABOUT MOTHERHOOD
Although now Tamron Hall is enjoying her life as a mother to the fullest, the 48-year-old recently confessed in an interview with People that she was scared when she first found out about her pregnancy.
“I was high-risk, not just because of my age, but there were other medical factors too,” she explained. “I was terrified I would lose this baby, and I would have to go back and tell everyone that now it was bad news and after this pregnancy had gone so far.”
However, once she delivered her “miracle baby,” and the doctors put him in her arms, she knew everything was worth it.
THE PERKS OF BREASTFEEDING
But after the scare of delivery, Tamron would have to face another milestone in her life as a mom: breastfeeding.
“I went into this thinking, ‘Breastfeeding is my goal, but if it doesn’t work, fine. There’s formula. I’m going to look at this rationally,’” she said.
Three weeks later, Hall realized her milk supply wasn’t as abundant as it should have, and she started to panic. She explained:
“When he was crying, I’m thinking, ‘Is it because he’s starving?’ The anxiety went from my feet all the way up, and it affected my production of milk. It affected my self-esteem.”
The situation was even more stressful for Hall when she started to compare her situation to other moms who were breastfeeding their babies with success.
IT TAKES A VILLAGE
Soon after, she found solace when some of her friends confessed they gave their babies some formula to compliment their feeding.
“I’m like, ‘You’re just telling me this now? I’m about to knock back a bottle of Jack Daniels!’” Tamron joked.
Hall realized that a mentally healthy mom was best than a worried one.
“You see how afraid we are of being judged, and then when I would get one-on-one with my friends, we’d all peel back those masks that we put on as women, as moms, and suddenly we’re all the same,” she concluded.
Tamron is currently filming for her upcoming talk show "The Tamron Hall Show," set to premiere in September.