The model, who welcomed her first child in May 2023, seems to have her sights set on a new pet
Ireland Baldwin may have just given birth to her firstborn, but she’s ready to welcome even more babies into her life.
The model, 28, posed with a tiny goat nestled in a baby carrier on Saturday, and called the animal “MY CHILD 😭 .” Baldwin shared three photos with the goat snuggled up against her chest, and the comment section quickly filled with love for the adorable little animal.
Ireland’s declaration of love for the farm animal comes just days after she marked eight months with her daughter, Holland, who was born in May.
“8 months of being my butter biscuit 🏻,” she wrote on Instagram as she shared an adorable shot of the infant — whom she shares with boyfriend RAC (born André Allen Anjos) — wearing a pair of pumpkin pants and a “Dare Devil” T-shirt.
In the months since becoming a mother, Ireland has been candid about the highs and lows of life with a newborn.
"I'm not going to lie... there have been moments where I have been so overwhelmed by all of the changes... but overall, things have been beautiful," she shared on Instagram as she answered a fan-submitted question in a Q&A in October.
"She's so much fun to spend time with and figure out," she continued of Holland. "I would say most of the stress I've experienced lately has actually had nothing to do with her. Being overtired just makes it all worse."
She reflected further in a post just one day before New Year’s Eve, as she called 2023 “one of the hardest years of my life.”
“This wasn’t some resolution for change I made but a series of events that forced me to break many bad habits and be my best self for this tiny human I call my daughter. She isn’t even a year old yet and she’s taught me how to be a better friend, a better listener, and to take my time… take it slow,” Ireland wrote.
“I have never felt more love in my life yet I have never felt more isolated," she continued. "The loneliness of being a new mom can feel so suffocating, somehow. I’ve had to part ways with so many friends that simply don’t understand where I’m at and why I can’t be the same person. I’m invited to a lot less. My career has taken a longer pause than expected which has been really hard on me some days.”
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Ireland also touched on the many ways her life has changed since her daughter's arrival.
“Some days I fight for my old self to show face and be the girl who can stay out later, fit the same dress size, drink as much, keep everyone entertained… but I’m a new me and that’s ok," she shared, before adding, "I like the new me who’s taking on new things and pushing limits I never even knew I had."
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