'Today' Host Dylan Dreyer Celebrates Son Ollie's 9-Month with a Video of His Baby Crawl
NBC's "Today" weather anchor, Dylan Dreyer celebrated a milestone in her son Oliver's life with a heartwarming video of the 9-month-old crawling on social media.
Dylan Dreyer is well known for her remarkable roles on television as a weather anchor and host on various NBC shows. But she is more than just a meteorologist, Dreyer is also a proud mother of two adorable boys and she recently shared a video of her youngest son crawling.
The host of "Earth Odyssey With Dylan Dreyer" uploaded a series of adorable pictures and a video of her son, Oliver aka Ollie on Instagram, marking a special milestone.
The first image showed the little boy in an adorable outfit consisting of a white top engraved with a blue hippo that had the words "9 months" written on it. The top was paired with red and white stripes hoodie and black trousers.
Back in April, the family had a COVID-19 scare when the "Weekend Today" anchor suspected she had the virus in late March
The second image was Ollie in the same outfit captured in a cute pose while the third slide was the anticipated video of the 9-month-old crawling across the living room floor to reach his toys. The proud mother captioned the post with the words:
"9 months old and he's on the move!!!"
Dreyer wasn't the only one proud of her son's achievements, the co-host of the "Today 3rd Hour" husband, Brian Fichera showed his love on Instagram with another video of Ollie crawling.
Both their posts came a few weeks after the "Journey With Dylan Dreyer" host posted a video of Ollie trying to crawl. Fans may recall back in June when Fichera shared a series of precious videos of his son saying his first word "Dada."
As Dreyer basks in the joy of motherhood, the renowned meteorologist isn't immune to the plight of women around the world who have suffered a miscarriage. Such was the case about the heartbreaking news of Chrissy Teigen's pregnancy loss which affected the world and not surprising, Dreyer as well.
The meteorologist, who opened up about her own experience with miscarriage, last year, explained that she could relate and empathize with Teigen when she saw the news on the model's Instagram.
Dreyer lost her baby during her battle with secondary infertility in an attempt to give her son, Calvin, a sibling but she later succeeded with the birth of Oliver this year in January.
Back in April, the family had a COVID-19 scare when the "Weekend Today" anchor suspected she had the virus in late March but it turned out to be an inflammation of the breast tissue known as mastitis.
Unfortunately days after the 39-year-old began showing symptoms of mastitis, her husband developed symptoms of his own and tested positive for the virus.
Fichera was isolated for two weeks in his son, Calvin's room. During this time, Dreyer suspected her youngest son, Oliver was infected when he suffered from a fever that lasted for three weeks. However, the scary phase was over as the family-of-four were healthy and happy.