See Precious Snaps Ex Destiny's Child Singer LeToya Luckett Shared of Son Tysun in a White Crib
Ex-Destiny's Child singer LeToya Luckett is having the time of her life with her son, Tysun. The singer recently shared some adorable pics of her son lying in a white crib.
LeToya Luckett-Walker has had an incredible journey of motherhood and has every reason to be thankful for her kids. The star has been sharing precious moments with her three children on Instagram.
In a recent post, Luckett shared a pic of her son looking handsome and calm in a white crib. Tysun Walker looked curiously at the camera while his hands were tucked neatly in a zipped-up, baby swaddle wrap.
The post also included a video where baby Tysun could be seen playfully kicking his legs while the crib, known as a "SNOO," gently rocked him side to side. Luckett captioned the post:
"Who loves their #Snoo? WE do! ??♀️ The snoo makes nap time SO much easier. It relaxes Tysun with its calming sway & air sounds. I wish it came in adult sizes."
Although fans were swooning over the handsome little baby, some expressed concern over the "SNOO" bassinet technology and swaddling method, which Luckett advocated in her caption.
One fan joked, "He’s like if you don’t get me out of this thing lol," and another commented, "Black excellence! But why[does] he look like [he's in a] straight jacket ?."
Tysun was born on September 14. Luckett and her husband, Tommicus Walker, announced his birth with a celebratory Instagram snap of his little footprints alongside his weight and time of birth. Just over a month later, the couple shared the first pics of the handsome boy.
The excited couple thanked God for blessing them with a son and allowing their family to grow. Tysun joined sisters Gianna, born in January 2019, and Madison, 8, Walker's daughter from a previous relationship.
Luckett and Walker tied the knot in December 2017. The "Greenleaf" actress said she knew the Texas entrepreneur was the one when he revealed he had a daughter named Madison.
The singer and actress confessed that she always wanted to have a daughter named Madison and even had it posted on her vision board. When she met Walker, she knew that this was the family God intended her to have.
The Walkers have grown their relationship on the foundation of their Christian faith, which has helped them fight through tough times. In an emotional episode of Essence's "If Not For My Girls," Luckett opened up about being there for her husband when he lost his mother, who was the rock of their family.