Singer Meghan Trainor shared adorable pictures and a video of her and her husband, Daryl Sabara's red-haired two-weeks-old baby, Riley.
In one of the pictures, the two-week-old sleeping red-haired baby nibbled away at a pacifier and looked adorable. Riley was also photographed wearing a light green animal print onesie and lying on a furry grey blanket.
In another of the photos, Trainor was dressed in all black and masked up, backing a black backpack and holding Riley's stroller with both hands, all ready for a stroll.
In the next slide, Sabara carried their sleeping baby on his chest, shielding him with his hands, looking tired but smiling at the camera as he did.
In the video, Trainor told her baby, "Hi, Good morning." She laughed as Riley gave a faint smile and tried to open his eyes, looking so cute as he responded to his mom's greeting.
Trainor and Sabara's fans commented on the picture, congratulating the new parents and noting how adorable and handsome Riley looked with his red hair.
Trainor was earlier diagnosed with gestational diabetes in her early trimester but continued with her fitness routine and training.
Riley was due to be born on Valentine's Day but came earlier and was born on February 8, being the best Valentine's gift his parents could ever hope for. Since his birth, he and his mom have appeared in multiple beautiful snapshots, consistently having the same poses.
Sabara posted pictures of Riley following his birth, sharing vital information about his size and weight and expressing his gratitude for Riley, describing him as the best Valentine's gift.
Trainor first shared the news of her pregnancy in an appearance on "Today" with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager last October. The singer was excited about being pregnant and kept posting pictures of her progress and how she was doing all the while.
In one of the posts, she cheered mothers and upcoming mothers, encouraging them on their respective journeys. She also shared that she was ready to do anything for her baby.
Her trainer, Rebecca Broxterman, was helpful with her fitness exercise, which helped to control the diagnosis and prepare her for smooth delivery.