Jade Roper birthed her third child slightly ahead of his due date. And now, she shared a very sweet post about him. On November 22, Reed’s due date arrived, and he’s just over one-week-old. She and Tanner already shared photos of him. And, all of them moved their Bachelor Nation fans.
Jade Roper shares a sweet and intimate moment with Reed
We reported that some stunning photos emerged after the birth of Reed. In fact, one that totally blew fans away revealed him moments after his birth. Jade birthed her son in a bath tub. And, the child and Jade looked very serene. So, a lot of fans might opt for that themselves. Since then, fans saw Reed with Jade and with his big sister, Emmy. And already, life without Reed seems unimaginable.
US Weekly noted that like any baby, Reed exhausts his mom. They noted that in one photo she shared where she nursed her son, Jade said she felt “the most tired.” But of course she still loves her little “snuggle buddy.” And in her latest photo, it seemed that Jade Roper battled a bit to get Reed to sleep. However, she also shared that he fell asleep. And her description’s beautiful, ABC fans think.
Reed finds Jade’s heartbeat
Sharing a photo of Reed fast asleep on his mom’s chest, Jade explained what happened. Her caption said, “Reed wiggled his way over to the left side of my chest where his ear found my heartbeat.” Then, she explained how “his whole body calmed down and his eyes opened wide.” Next, she noted, “I could tell he was listening to the familiar rhythm of my heart as he locked eyes with me. And then just like that he softened into me and fell asleep. 🥰 Happy Due Date, my sweet boy. ❤️.”
Bachelor Nation fans of Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert talked about it in the comments section. One fan wrote, “Oh my gosh, this melts me!!!! 😍😍😍 happy due date, Reed!” And another one noted, “That might be the sweetest thing I’ve ever heard. I hope you’re doing okay Jade!💙.” Then, as you’d expect, a lot of people posted up little heart emojis.
Heartbeat sleep aids for baby
The idea that a heartbeat helps newborns sleep isn’t new. And these days, companies sell sleep aids in the form of dolls. Sometimes, they come with breathing sounds and the beating of a heart. And others allow mom to record their own heartbeat. Some parents claim it helps their little one sleep. But, Very Well Family notes that not all of these sleep aid dolls are safe, and could present suffocation hazards.
Maybe the best way is for moms like Jade Roper to let their baby find the real heartbeat. Certainly, it worked for little Reed Tolbert.