April 07, 2020
American meteorologist Dylan Dreyer took to Instagram to share adorable pictures of her toddler as he hits three months amid Coronavirus outbreak.
News anchor Dylan Dreyer shared a series of adorable pictures on Instagram featuring her youngest son, Oliver, who just turned three months old. Dreyer's caption read:
"I promise life won't always be this bizarre Oliver you've done nothing but blessed us these past three months."
Dyaln Dreyer pictured on the set of "Today" show on Tuesday May 14, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
The meteorologist who is currently on maternity leave and quarantining at home expressed that her family was glad to have the little bundle of joy to brighten up their lives amid the grim global health climate.
The post included photos of Dreyer's first son, Calvin, feeding Oliver, the boys sitting with their father, and more close-ups of the adorable boys spending time together.
Her husband also took to Instagram to share a powerful photo of the moments immediately after his youngest son come into the world. Taken in the delivery theatre, the father described the black and white picture as the best he had ever shot.
The trio remotely reunited and hung out via Zoom for an episode of their radio show "Off The Rails."
Despite the sweet infant being oblivious to the unusual times he was born into, his family has decided to focus on him and take the quarantine one day at a time.
The "Third Hour of TODAY" co-host included in her sweet message to the infant that he had his big brother Calvin by his side. She added:
"You've got the best big brother protecting you! #calandollie #3months"
Dylan shares her two boys with her husband, Brian Fichera, who she married in 2012. The proud mother and her husband are delighted to have their radiant kids around through the uncertain times.
The weather anchor works on TODAY and MSNBC. Dylan often fills in and rotates with her colleagues, Al Roker and Sheinelle Jones. Thanks to the pandemic, they haven't seen much for quite a while.
The 41-year-old expressed how happy she was to reunite and connect with her friends, adding that juggling responsibilities while staying indoors was a lot to handle.
Calvin, Ollie, Jones' son, and Al's son, Nick, all popped in and made special appearances on the call. Clearly, the families are making the most out of staying at home.