'This Is Us' Star Mandy Moore Shares Heartwarming Snap of Her Newborn Son August Harrison
Mandy Moore recently shared yet another picture with her fans showing a glimpse of her newborn son, August Harrison, who she shares with her husband, Taylor Goldsmith.
Mandy Moore is loving the experience of being a mom and is sharing it with her fans. Days after announcing the birth of her and her husband, Taylor Goldsmith's first child, August Harrison, she has given fans another glimpse.
Taking to her Instagram page, Moore shared an adorable photo that showed August cozying up under a blanket. The snapshot did not show the tot's full face but only part of his head, his left finger, and a side of his face.
To caption the update, the nursing mother wrote, "One week earthside. The best week ever. #thisisgus." The post followed Moore's social media share last week Tuesday, wherein she announced August's birth.
In that post, she shared a picture showing half of her newborn son's face. The adorable baby wore a light blue zipper onesie and seemed to be suckling his left finger. In the post's caption, Moore wrote:
"Gus is here 💙💙💙💙. Our sweet boy, August Harrison Goldsmith. He was punctual and arrived right on his due date..."
She added that she and her husband were prepared to fall in love in all sorts of brand new ways, and August's birth was beyond anything they could have ever imagined.
There were many comments to Moore's beautiful baby announcement from her friends, co-stars, and fans, who were delighted to catch a glimpse of the adorable August.
She found it hard to believe the news.
Moore first announced that she was pregnant in September 2020 when she shared a picture on her Instagram page that showed her cradling her baby bump.
In the caption to the post, she told her over four million Instagram followers that her baby boy is coming in early 2021. Since then, she has continued to give her fans updates on her precious baby.
Last Saturday, she revealed how she and Goldsmith came about naming their son August. She said that they found out they would be having a baby in August and had always loved the name.
In late January, the nursing mom also opened up about the anxiety that overcame her after finding out she was pregnant while having endometriosis. Due to the issue with her uterus, she found it hard to believe the news and held her breath until 12 weeks.
Moore's fans, who watch her on the television series "This Is Us," will be delighted for her and her husband and hope that their newborn son will be the start of many more joyful moments for them.