Meghan McCain's Fans Zone In on How Big Daughter Liberty Looks in New Cute Snap Wearing Fancy Hat
Fans are in awe of Meghan McCain’s daughter’s rapid growth after she shared a picture of her on Instagram. Plenty of the TV personality’s followers are even curious about the growing baby’s age.
Meghan McCain and her husband Ben Domenech welcomed their first child together last September. The TV personality and her conservative pundit husband named their daughter Liberty, tapping into their family’s patriotic nature.
McCain announced that she wouldn’t be sharing her pregnancy journey online due to previous hate comments. However, her stance is much different when it comes to sharing images of her precious little girl.
The doting mother recently shared a snapshot of her baby girl enjoying a day of playing outside in a toy car. According to the caption, Liberty looks like she is right where she belongs in her pink and purple vehicle that her aunt put together.
Although it looks like the 11-month-old has everything under control behind the wheel, her mom still offers her some protection. The playful pink hat with googly eyes that McCain puts the baby in is the perfect sun protectant accessory.
McCain’s followers took notice of how confident the baby looks in her toy car and started questioning her rapid growth. One commenter even shared that they could not believe how big the baby girl was getting so quickly.
More of McCain’s followers also pitched in on the comment section by pointing out how much the baby resembles the new mom. Another joked that the baby would be asking for a real car very soon, hinting at her speedy development.
The positive comments regarding McCain’s baby are fantastic to see since she has had a tough journey to motherhood. McCain opened up about a miscarriage she suffered just eight months before announcing her pregnancy with Liberty.
“The View” co-host revealed the heartbreaking details of her loss in an op-ed for the New York Times. McCain explained that she could sense her miscarriage the same way she could sense she was pregnant before confirmation.
Unfortunately, the confirmation of her loss came at the worst time as she was on the set of a photoshoot at the time. The controversial conservative commentator pushed through the shoot and took time off work to mourn her loss.
In the piece she wrote for the New York Times, McCain also reveals that she blamed herself for her baby’s loss. Thankfully, the TV personality elaborates that she is working through the shame by destigmatizing miscarriages and sharing.
Fortunately for McCain, she seems only to have good news to share since her daughter’s birth last year. Although the mom of one previously had reservations about sharing pictures of her baby, she can’t resist showing off her adorable moments.
It is no surprise that McCain has been sharing glimpses of her daughter regularly since she feels so strongly about motherhood. The TV host participated in an interview with Daily Mail and gushed about her experience as a mom:
“It’s incredible. It’s like seeing your heart outside your body, and it’s this totally paradigm-shifting experience, and, you know, it’s been amazing.”
McCain also revealed that her daughter’s arrival has made her close-knit relationship with her mom even stronger. The TV host reveals that becoming a mother has given her an even better sense of respect for her own mother.McCain celebrated her first Mothers Day with not only one but two posts in honor of her mom, Cindy. She praises her mom for her style and fashion advice and for her help with raising her daughter and the fantastic job she did raising her.
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