Dylan Dreyer took to social media recently to share an adorable photo of her sons, Calvin, 3, and Oliver, who was born early January, cuddling each other in the arms of a huge teddy bear.
Dylan, 38, chronicled her first day alone with her children as her husband Brian Fichera headed back to work. The couple first crossed paths when they both worked at the WHDH station in Boston, Massachusetts.
"Just me and the boys today... (Fichera) is back to work and Cal is off from school. Let's see if I can handle this 2 kid thing!" she captioned the sweet pic she posted on Instagram.
Dylan Dreyer at AMC Lincoln Square Theater on August 4, 2014 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images
The meteorologist and 3rd hour of "TODAY" co-host welcomed her second child with Brian on January 3. In July 2019, she announced that she is expecting her second child due in January 2020.
To inform everybody how she's settling in since giving birth to baby Oliver, Dylan checked in with Craig Melvin, Sheinelle Jones, and Jill Martin during the 3rd hour of "TODAY" recently. She said:
"I feel good. I feel like the honeymoon of the first time I called in has wound down."
Dylan added that she had not slept well the last few nights and that her newborn baby is kind of up only wanting to eat, and then he sleeps during the day.
Sadly, the proud mother, who joined NBC News in September 2012, was also nursing a cold. She shared that it's not all rainbows and butterflies.
Dylan admitted that her baby's name had no real significance for her and Brian.
Meanwhile, big brother Calvin couldn't get enough of the newest member of their family. He has been a trooper with regard to figuring out the family of four's new daily schedule.
According to Dylan, Calvin unquestionably loved his new little brother, who weighed in at 7 pounds, 2 ounces, and measuring 19 inches when he was born.
Dylan explained that his oldest son is interested in the entire eating process, as he would ask if his younger sibling just eats milk.
As reported by Daily Mail, Dylan admitted that her baby's name had no real significance for her and Brian. It was just a moniker that the two of them absolutely liked.
They got the name Oliver when she was in London, covering the Royal Ascot, and they had to get Brian's suit from a store called Oliver Brown.