Over the weekend, the 38-year-old took to Instagram to share a series of "stunning" photos from last week's American Museum of Natural History's 2022 Museum Gala, which she attended with husband Alec.
To walk the red carpet, the mother-of-seven donned a velvet halter dress by Joy Cioci, complete with a thigh-high slit and cut-outs around her obliques.
The yoga instructor completed her look with sparkly pumps, dangling earrings and a slicked-back ponytail by celebrity hairstylist Jared Mathias Riccardi.
In the caption, the podcast host began by thanking her team for making her "feel glam."
"My dear friends dressed this tired mama of a 10-week-old up last night. Thank you Jared Mathias Riccardi for my hair, Joy Cioci for this incredible dress, and Harol Baez for the concept and the courage," she wrote to her 986,000 followers. "You made this yoga mama feel glam. Love you."
Baldwin also shared snaps of her response to her "husband’s joke about having another baby," calling it "dangerous." At the end of the post, she added a photo of her running off to a private room to breast pump, revealing the realities of being a new mother.
"And swipe to see my response to my husband’s joke about having another baby…that’s dangerous, AB, I'll be running off with my pump (last photo) into corners of events for another few years, if we have any more," she concluded her caption.
In the comments, fans loved Baldwin's "stunning" look and praised her "A+ parenting skills."
"Dang mama! You look stunning!" commented a follower.
"Y'all are glowing! Hope you had a great glam night out!" shared someone else.
"A+ parenting skills over here. Love that you have no shame in doing what a mama needs to do, even on the red carpet," added another.
"Love to see the realities of motherhood on here," penned a fan. "And you look absolutely gorgeous!"
In October, Baldwin opened up about her breast pumping routine on Instagram.
"When the baby is born, I begin pumping, right before I feed them. I pump only three minutes. Nothing comes out at the beginning. I almost always pump before I feed. Even if the baby is fussy. Three minutes pass and then I can feed baby," she wrote.
Baldwin also shared that if she pumps after feeding the baby, she doesn't get milk as the "body responds differently to the pump than to the baby."
Although the mother acknowledged she is "no lactation specialist," she decided to share her feeding journey to help mothers everywhere.
"From trial and error and success feeding seven babies...It might sound stressful to pump so often (I even wake up at night two to three times to pump), but what I’ve found for my body is that the frequency teaches my body to produce milk in shorter time," she explained.