Molly Sims’ kids met her newborn for the first time and the pictures are way cute

Molly Sims’ kids met her newborn for the first time and the pictures are way cute

Molly Sims’ kids met her newborn for the first time and the pictures are way cute

And baby makes five! Actress Molly Sims and her husband Scott Stuber just welcomed their third child, a boy named Grey Douglas Stuber on January 10th. Grey joins big brother Brooks and big sister Scarlett, who were more than happy to meet their new sibling. Actually, the pictures of Molly Sims’ kids meeting each other for the first time are adorably cute. Sims announced the pregnancy via Instagram back in August and then revealed that the baby would be a boy in November. Grey was a total surprise, as the couple had no plans to have any more children. “I literally did a triple take … then I took five more tests...That’s what happens when you go visit your husband on a movie set!” she told US Weekly after announcing the pregnancy.

Big brother Brooks was super excited about being a big brother again, according to Sims. “Like a gift came this morning for the baby and he’s like, ‘Is this for the baby?! He’s so lucky!’ I’m like, ‘Are you OK?'” She said in an interview. And that is very clear in the sweet picture of Brooks holding Grey for the first time that Sims shared on her Instagram over the weekend. She captioned the photo, “Brooksie told me “I got this” Sooo Proud of his new baby Grey,”

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Scarlett was clearly excited for her new baby brother as well, trying to feed him a bottle but not quite getting it into his mouth.

My big baby girl Scar pretending to feed her new baby #imighthavecried #firstvisit 😅

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Now that little Grey is here, Sims has made it clear that he is the last little Stuber. “My husband is getting a vasectomy, but he doesn’t know it yet,” she joked with website Momtastic. If she’s right and this is the last baby, he couldn’t be more perfect!

@source :- HelloGiggles.