“The Rundown” host Erin Lim Rhodes and her husband Joshua Rhodes have one further motive to be grateful for this Thanksgiving season: The couple simply welcomed their first child this week.
Without revealing the newborn’s intercourse and precise birthdate, Joshua wrote on his Instagram web page Thursday, “Thankful. All Glory to God.”
The submit got here with a photograph of the couple’s new bundle of pleasure, who could possibly be seen sleeping as Erin and Joshua held every of the newborn’s tiny fingers.
It was in July that the couple introduced that they have been anticipating their first child.
“No statement could quite sum up our feelings of excitement and joy! B-Rho’s expected arrival in December will be the perfect bookend for the wild year we’ve had so far,” the pair, who obtained married on Jan. 21, informed E! News.
Erin added that she was hoping “the realness will soak in” after sharing the great news with the general public.
“Hiding it for 20 weeks has been hard now that I’m this far,” she stated, including: “Honestly if I wasn’t on cam all the time, I’d pull a Kylie Jenner on y’all! But I’m also so happy to be a mom-in-the-making that I can’t contain it anymore.”
Prior to the newborn’s arrival, Erin teamed up with occasion designer Melissa Andrew in creating her lavish yard child bathe on Nov. 11. The event was attended by relations and pals.
The host took to her Instagram web page on the identical day to thank Melissa and her company for the “amazing” occasion.
She wrote, “Thank you to every hand that touched this amazing day celebrating our B-Rho! Corn dogs. Micheladas. Butterflies. Clouds. Rubber duckies. Sweets. Electric slide. Best fam. Best friends. So much love. @melissaandre is MVP party planner. Can’t say enough about you and @madco_team for taking my vision and making it happen!!!”
The occasion had a “floating sky” and a whimsical theme.
“All Erin gave me was a single screenshot from the Internet of a floatie. We had to build this entire party around that,” Melissa revealed on “Daily Pop” on Nov. 12.
“So we took the butterfly and we turned it into this whole floating sky, whimsical kind of theme and we built this literal baby shower, like an actual shower, with umbrellas and raindrops and clouds in her backyard,” the occasion planner added.