Tamron Hall Shares Sweet Photo of Son Moses in Striped Outfit Holding a Bottle by Himself at 6 Months
Tamron Hall's son, baby Moses, is growing right before our eyes, and the talk show host has been generous with social media updates that fans can’t get enough of. A recent Instagram photo shows Moses feeding himself like a champ, and it’s so adorable.
Hall kept most of her pregnancy to herself, but now that the miracle baby is here, she's been very open about how motherhood has changed her life.
One of Hall's latest photos of Moses is proof. The little man, dressed in a striped outfit, was propped against one stuffed animal as he fed himself from a bottle.
"It’s also harder than anything I’ve ever done. Not because of the diaper changes and what products to use. That I can figure out."
"Just last year turn up for me was something very different," Hall joked in the caption. "#mosesandmama 6 months and counting. Happy Saturday."
SOCIAL MEDIA REACTS
Fans in the comment section couldn’t help laughing at the new mom’s joke and gushing over Moses’ latest milestone. "Wow, he’s holding his bottle; that’s awesome," one Instagram user commented.
"Another step into independence!" observed another. "Next comes crawling and walking."
"What a beautiful feeling it is, though, right?" a third fan directed at Hall. "You are blessed."
ROAD TO "MOSES"
The former "Today" co-host and her husband Steven Greener welcomed baby Moses – the first child for both parents – on April 24. It was only a month earlier that Hall let the world know she was pregnant and that she had gotten married.
Hall, 49, would later open up about her fertility struggles and confess that she had been scared to have something go wrong with her baby after announcing that she was pregnant. Fortunately, none of her fears came to pass, and she delivered a healthy baby.
PERKS OF MOTHERHOOD
Since the arrival of baby Moses, Hall has not shied away from sharing her parenting experiences and challenges. At Good Housekeeping's We Are Family Parenting Summit in September, the "Tamron Hall" host revealed what scares her most about being a mom.
"[Parenting] has been a wonderful, magical experience," she began, adding:
"It’s also harder than anything I’ve ever done. Not because of the diaper changes and what products to use. That I can figure out. It's that you have someone’s life in your hands. That’s what’s so hard."
MOMMY-SHAMERS AT WORK
Because she's a public figure, Hall has also had to deal with mommy-shamers regularly. Two months ago, she had to fire back after a social media user seemingly shamed her for going back to work.
Despite the challenges Hall faced before and even after giving birth, she wouldn’t mind having a second child.
DOWN FOR BABY NO.2
The Texas native made this known last month during an episode of her eponymous show:
"So many people have asked me if I am going to have a second baby. Will I have a second baby... I would love to have a second child and one of the things I'm considering is surrogacy for very, very personal reasons that I'll challenge you to think about one day but not today."
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Not exactly parting the sea but you have to start somewhere. Baby Moses at 5 months. Seriously, @cullenjones and @usaswimming thank for helping me face my own fears back in 2012 but most of all thank you for helping on put together a powerful story on critical need to teach kids to swim. #swimclass. Life after the @tamronhallshow is done for the day.
If Hall is open to surrogacy, then her music executive hubby is most likely on board for a second baby, as well. Greener is a partner at Primary Wave, where he manages music talents like Fantasia, Brandy, and Cypress Hill.
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