Tamron Hall's Son Moses Chases Parrot in a Cute Video
Tamron Hall had fans gushing over her toddler son, Moses, after she shared an adorable video of him playing with his pet parrot.
It is with no doubt that family times got better with the ongoing lockdown and TV host Tamron Hall attested to this in a new Instagram post.
The "Tamron Hall" show host warmed her timeline with a captivating video of her toddler son who seemed to be enjoying some "me-time" with his pet parrot.
Tamron Hall attends GLAMOUR's Women of the Year event 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
In the video, little Moses seemed to be in the interior of their home as he playfully crawled on the floor and chased Jojo, the pet parrot.
Hilariously, Jojo seemed to be practicing social distancing, but Moses was having none of it! His star mom captioned:
"Jojo teaching Moses social distancing. Nobody puts Baby in the corner. Back up, baby. #lockdown but finding laughter…"
In the comments, fans were about the little boy, and they made sure to show their affection with kind words. Someone wrote, "The bird's sidestep is hilarious." A second fan admired, "On the move. Wait until he starts walking."
Another admirer mentioned: "Look at him dragging those little legs. Lol, cute." A delighted follower added: I'm laughing at the "drag crawl." Jojo also got some admirers as a fan shared: "Jojo with the side step and side-eye."
In 2019, the award-winning TV anchor became a mom for the first time.
When it comes to motherhood, Tamron has had her fair share of infertility struggles before getting her bundle of joy. Fans were surprised when she broke the news of her pregnancy just before she gave birth.
In retrospect, Hall kept her pregnancy a secret for a long time because she was scared of losing the baby. In a revealing Instagram post, the 49-year-old TV star showed off her large baby bump in a form-fitting dress while she addressed fans in the caption:
I've wanted to share this news for many months, and now finally, my doctor has said I am in a safe place, at 32 weeks…"
The former "Today" host added that she was "terrified" about the possibility of losing her baby and having to break the sad news to the public.
After giving birth, the NBC alum featured in a People issue where she also talked about her infertility struggles and eventual motherhood.
Tamron told the news site that she tried a lot of times in her 30's to have a baby, and after moving to her forties, her optimism began to wane.
In 2019, the award-winning TV anchor became a mom for the first time, and she shared an enchanting mother-child snapshot on Instagram for her son's debut. Tamron Hall shares parenthood with Steve Greener, her music executive spouse.