Jenna Bush Hager recently stepped out of the house for the very first time since having Henry Harold Hager, her third child, and fans are in love with him.
The "Today" host brought her little boy into the world on August 2 and, since then, she has been showing off her little bundle of joy whenever she has a chance.
Although little Hal, as he is known as, shares some features with his parents, fans believe that he looks a lot like his grandfather, George W. Bush.
ENJOYING A WALK AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Jenna took to her official Instagram account to share a photo of herself, husband Henry, daughters Margaret and Poppy, and son Harold out and about.
Every single member of the family can be seen smiling at the camera, except for the newborn, who seemed to be deep asleep at the time the snap was taken.
Under the photo, Jenna expressed her happiness for finally getting out of the house since they brought Hal from the hospital. She wrote:
“We left the house!!!! Life is wilder and we are perpetually late and walk slower. But life with Hal is so, so sweet."
THE REASON BEHIND THE NAME
The child was named Henry after his father, as well as several other men on his side of the family, and was given the name Harold in honor of Jenna's grandfather, Harold Welch.
Fans believe that he looks a lot like his grandfather, George W. Bush
BUSH COULDN'T HIDE HIS EXCITEMENT
Bush, the former President of the United States, was one of the first people to welcome the child into the family, using social media to let the world know that Hal was here to stay.
In a very sweet Instagram post, the proud grandfather shared a family photo where he and his wife, Laura, appeared alongside their grandchildren, as well as Jenna and Henry.
"Laura and I are thrilled to welcome Henry Harold Hager to our family. We are happy for the proud parents, Jenna and Henry. And pleased that Mila and Poppy have a little brother to love."
Bush also wrote that they were thankful for both mother and baby being healthy and that they "look forward to many years of loving the boy known as Hal."