Halsey took to social media to give fans a look into her baby's nursery and life as a first-time parent. From a light-up rainbow to homemade art, let's just say the new room is giving us all the vibes. Here are the adorable details.
While the musician has yet to reveal her first child's face, she hasn't been shy in giving us various peeks into parenthood. Not too long ago, Halsey shared a sweet picture of the duo while breastfeeding the baby in honor of World Breastfeeding Week. "We arrived just in time," they wrote alongside the post. And the Without Me singer has now shared even more details of what life looks like with baby Ender.
Lucky for us, Halsey shared not one but six new photos. The first shows one of the walls in Ender's room, looking artsy (as expected) with a customized name sign, a led-light rainbow, and plenty of art. We can't help but wonder where that Tiffany and Co. teddy bear from David Dobrik is... And as usual, the star kept things real by showing a photo of their powerful post-partum body.
Following photos of baby Ender and more peeks into the rainbow-filled nursery, Halsey revealed a shot of their belly - stretch marks and all. While many friends and fans commented on how lovely the new nursery is, others thanked the performer for proudly showing those gorgeous postpartum marks. "THANK YOU FOR POSTING YOUR STRETCH MARKS!!!!!" commented one follower. Retweet!
Halsey and partner Alev Aydin welcomed Ender Ridley Aydin into the world back on July 14, 2021. The singer shared the news on the Gram with a gorgeous black and white shot of the happy family. "Gratitude. For the most "rare" and euphoric birth. Powered by love," they captioned the sweet photo. We're not crying (again); you're crying.
And while the new parents have certainly been busy with their bundle of joy, Halsey has still made time to give us the music content we've all been needing. The singer announced a new album in late June and has since revealed more projects related to the upcoming record - including an IMAX music film premiering August 25th and a global performance of If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power on August 29th. Yes, we're freaking out.