Catelynn Lowell’s Husband Welcomes Newborn Daughter to Their ‘Crazy Family’ in First Picture
AceShowbiz –Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra‘s newborn daughter Vaeda Luma is home with her parents, two days after she was born. On Saturday, February 23, the proud father took to Instagram to offer the first glimpse of his baby girl.
In the picture, baby Vaeda was seen sleeping soundly on a Fisher-Price Infant-to-Toddler Rocker in the couple’s living room as their Doberman Pinscher Caesar snoozed on the floor beside her. The baby’s face, however, cannot be seen clearly since she faced sideways to the opposite direction of the camera.
Tyler captioned it, “Welcome home Vaeda! Mommy & Daddy love you so much & can’t wait to watch you grow with love in this crazy family of ours!”
The 27-year-old reality TV star previously also confirmed the news of his daughter’s arrival on Instagram, sharing a picture of the birth details which declared “healthy mom and baby.” He captioned it, “She’s here & I’m in love!”
Catelynn, meanwhile, shared a more cryptic post, a picture of floral arrangements that she probably received to congratulate her on the baby’s arrival. “#blessed,” she simply wrote in the caption.
The newborn girl joins big sister Novalee Reign, who was born on January 1, 2015. Catelynn and Tyler gave up their first daughter Carly for an open adoption in 2009 as seen on MTV’s “16 and Pregnant“, but they remain involved in the girl’s life.
The “Teen Mom OG” star admitted that her latest pregnancy was a surprise, considering she suffered a miscarriage in 2017. The couple used birth control when the 26-year-old became pregnant. “We were using protection and everything,” Catelynn said. “This baby just wanted to be here. It was very unexpected.”
In December, Tyler gave an update on his wife’s pregnancy, saying that “everything’s been smooth” despite his worries. “It’s a lot smoother than we expected, especially after the miscarriage, we didn’t know exactly how that would affect anything,” he said on the “Watch With Us” podcast, adding, “Everything’s been going great.”
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