"The Hills: New Beginning" star Kaitlynn Carter is officially a mother as she welcomed her first child with her boyfriend, Kristopher Brock, at the end of September.
Kaitlynn Carter gave birth to her and her boyfriend, Kristopher Brock's first child together on September 30, and the new mom took to Instagram this week to share the news with her followers.
The 33-year-old shared an intimate photo of herself breastfeeding her newborn son, Rowan Carter Brock, in what could be the little one's nursery.
Carter looked fresh-faced and glowy as she held her baby. The reality star smiled towards the camera and wore her highlighted blond hair down and around her face.
Alongside the photo that depicted a lovely moment between mother and son, Carter shared Rowan's birth weight and length and stated everyone was healthy following the birth. Her caption read:
"Our chunky little guy, Rowan Carter Brock, was born 9/30/21 at 2:53am, 8 lbs 4 oz. everyone is happy and healthy and so in love ❤️❤️❤️"
Carter first revealed she was pregnant in June. She shared a shadow silhouette of herself and Brock showing off her growing belly and captioned it with a black heart emoji.
After sharing the exciting news with her followers, Carter continued to post many gorgeous photos of herself and her baby bump while sharing glimpses into her pregnancy.
She admitted they began talking about starting a family together early on in their relationship.
The TV personality shared photos from her baby shower, which was attended by her friends and family including Linda Thompson, her ex-husband Brody Jenner's mother.
Alongside the collection of photos from the baby shower, Carter thanked her loved ones for making the day special and remarked it was great to see her guest relax and have fun. She also wrote of her celebration:
"I really wanted a shower that felt more like a party, and that’s exactly what I got!"
Besides posting about her pregnancy online, Carter spoke about her pregnancy and relationship with Brock, a father to a six-year-old son from a previous relationship, during an appearance on the "HillsCast" podcast.
She admitted they began talking about starting a family together early on in their relationship. The couple started dating in May 2020.
She explained that it was vital for her to date someone who had the same goals and wanted the same things in life, so they had conversations and knew where one another stood when it came to having children.
Carter revealed although she had waited for so long to get pregnant when she first found out she was expecting, she was surprised, and it took a while for her to absorb the exciting news.