Light in the storm! The coronavirus pandemic has put a lot of things on hold from tours to TV shows, but these celebrity families are still growing.
Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd, for example, welcomed their infant son, Hayes, on March 23. “Love of our lives,” the country singer, 30, added hospital photos at the time.
The Grammy winner further wrote, ’30 hours of labor ended with an emergency C-section. Not what we planned, but I learned quite quickly that night that having a human in the world was a silly message. All that mattered was that he got here safely. He was not in the baby preparation books in the midst of a global health crisis either, but here we are. Hold him and heal my body in a maternity ward that is eerily quiet because we don’t like visitors or family right now, but strangely serene. ‘
The “My Church” singer praised the “doctors, nurses and health workers” who looked after their families and wrote, “They risked their health every day to make sure ours were okay. I can think of nothing more selfless than that. ‘
Rachel Bloom expressed similar feelings after the birth of her and her husband Dan GregorThe daughter that same month.
“She’s here. She’s at home,” the Crazy ex-girlfriend alum, 33, endorsed her baby’s Instagram debut. “Having a baby on the NICU during a pandemic while a dear friend in the hospital was 3,000 miles away made this by far the most emotionally intense week of me and Gregor’s life. While the nice doctors and nurses helped my daughter get some fluid from her lungs, we saw the maternity ward around us change every hour to prepare for the upcoming COVID storm. The whole family is now safely home and I am so grateful to all our medical staff. ”
Keep scrolling to see more celebrity babies born during the COVID-19 distribution from Carson Daly and Siri Daly‘s daughter, Goldie, too Karina SmirnoffThe son, Theo.