Paula Deen's Triplet Grandkids Melt Hearts in Newly Shared Photo after Turning 1
The Deen grandbabies are all shades of adorable in pink and blue outfits as they turned 1, as seen in a recent photo.
A Facebook post made by the Deen Brothers on Wednesday warmed our hearts in different ways.
The photo posted shows Paula Deen's triplet grandkids in all their glory dressed in blue and pink cotton outfits, with the girls rocking adorable bows.
The caption of the post raised awareness about the March of Dimes organization whose mission is to fight for the health of all moms and babies and prevent congenital disabilities and premature births. They encouraged people to donate to the cause writing:
"March of Dimes and their mission to increase funding and research against birth defects and premature births is so important to us after our triplets spent 4 months in the NICU. Please consider giving a gift to help support their course!"
It is no surprise that the Deens are passionate about premature births, given that the triplets were born on October 16, 2018, to Paula's son, Bobby Deen and his wife Claudia almost four months earlier than their due date, as reported by the Daily Mail.
"Linton and Olivia came in at 1 lb. 12 oz. and Amelia, my little namesake, she was the hefty one at 2 lbs."
In the clip, Paula had assured all of their wellbeings even though the triplets had to stay at the hospital until the new year. She said:
"It's going to be a long ride for these precious three angels, but we've got complete faith that God's got His arms wrapped all around them. This family is so very blessed, and Bobby and Claudia are really, really proud parents."
As noted by People, Claudia revealed that she and Bobby had used IUI- Intrauterine Insemination to conceive the triplets in an Instagram story post.
The mom-of-three was quite open with her pregnancy journey as she shared several updates on her weight gain and bump growth on her Instagram page.
Proud dad, Bobby is keeping busy with his cooking show "Not My Mama's Meals."