Meghan McCain shares her baby’s joy with the world.
The TV commentator gave fans the first peek of daughter Liberty Sage on a sweet mother / daughter Instagram Wednesday.
“Bliss,” the 35-year-old View hostess captioned the photo of her tenderly holding Ben Domenech and her husband’s two-week-old baby in her arms.
The joyful moment comes to the heart of the family, when Meghan’s grandmother, Roberta McCain, died on Monday at the age of 108.
Sweet: Meghan McCain gave fans a taste of two-week-old daughter Liberty Sage on Instagram Wednesday, marking the baby’s first appearance on social media
Meghan was the image of a resplendent motherhood, looking fresh and with her blonde hair pulled back as she cradled her firstborn, who was wrapped in a pastel pink blanket.
McCain – who is the daughter of the late Senator John McCain – looked comfortable, smiling softly as they posed in the middle of a rustic brick-lined courtyard.
It’s been just over two weeks since Meghan welcomed little Liberty, born on September 28.
At the time of her birth, a McCain rep told People magazine that the couple were “happy and healthy.”
And it looks like she’s been busy ever since, sharing several glimpses of her new life as a mom on social media.
Nutrition: Just yesterday, Meghan posted a photo of two bottles of breast milk, saying, “I’m Liberty’s milk machine these days …”
Proud Mom: Last week, the author of Dirty Sexy Politics made a poem about the euphoria of being a parent on an Instagram, admitting that ‘All the clichés have come true and have exceeded my wildest expectations’
Just yesterday, Meghan posted a photo of two bottles of breast milk, saying, “I’m Liberty’s milk machine these days …”
And a week ago he posted an image of a necklace with a nameplate that simply said “mother”.
The author of Dirty Sexy Politics poetically spoke about the “euphoria” of being a parent, admitting “All the clichés have come true and exceeded my wildest expectations.”
“It’s hands down the best thing I’ve ever done in my entire life and I’m completely in awe of our daughter,” she continued. ‘Having freedom is like watching my whole heart live and exist outside of my body.
“She’s a little wildcat ~ beautiful, strong, alert, already full of life and spirit … I just wish I had done that sooner.”
Bittersweet: Joyful moment comes amid family heartbreak, when Meghan’s grandmother Roberta McCain died Monday at 108
She went on to thank her husband and then reflect on the loss of her father, admitting: ‘This is the first time since my father died that the part of my heart that broke and left with him did not. he feels more missing … ‘
While Meghan is delighted with her new addition, she is also mourning the loss of her grandmother Roberta, who died on Monday 12 October.
Sharing a tribute to the 108-year-old’s life, she told followers: ‘I love you, Nana. You are everything I ever wanted to be.
‘Thank you for teaching us to live life on your terms with grit, conviction, intensity and love. There will never be another like you, we will miss you every day. I wish my daughter had met you.
McCain and fellow Conservative Ben Domenech announced that they expected March 22 again.
McCain and fellow conservative commentator Domenech announced their pregnancy on March 22.
She first revealed the news on social media in March, writing: “ My husband Ben and I were lucky enough to find out that I am pregnant.
“While that’s not how I expected to announce my pregnancy, both we and our families are thrilled to share the news with you all.”
McCain wrote that she “consulted with my doctors and they advised me that for the safety of our baby and myself, I should be very vigilant to limit the amount of people we come in contact with.”
This is the couple’s first child, who got married in November 2017.
He continued to appear on The View with advice from doctors since the pandemic began in March.
McCain was, at times, open about her struggles with being a future mother during her pregnancy.
In September, she tweeted: “Every woman who has ever been pregnant deserves an award medal!”
McCain has continued to appear on The View with advice from doctors since the pandemic began in March
She also shared that they were two and a half weeks away from her due date on September 18 and said she was wearing a “ wispy hairstyle ”.
However, in May she said she didn’t want too many details of her pregnancy to be made public to avoid attacks from trolls commenting on her late father, Senator John McCain.
At the time he wrote: ‘Ben and I have made a conscious decision to protect the privacy of our (growing) families as much as possible.
‘I believe children have a right to privacy and I hope you will all understand as we address this as much as possible moving forward without sacrificing our comfort or safety.
“I know this is an unorthodox choice for a talk show host who is on TV five days a week, but I’ve always lived to my drum beat.”
McCain announced the pregnancy in March on social media
The baby comes after McCain wrote an opinion piece in the New York Times revealing that she suffered a miscarriage.
In that piece she shared she learned the tough news moments before a cover shot for Times’ Magazine.
“I should have been proud,” wrote McCain, of filming with his fellow guests. “But inside I’m dying. Inside, my baby is dying.
Looking back at the footage from the shoot, McCain writes, “I see a woman hiding her shock and pain.”
“For a brief moment I had the privilege of seeing myself in the sisterhood of motherhood,” she wrote.
‘I had a miscarriage. I loved my baby and will always love him. Until the end of my days I will remember this baby – and whatever baby comes it won’t overshadow it.
This is their first child McCain and conservative writer husband Ben Domenech, 38, after getting married in November 2017
‘I have love for my son. I have love for all women who, like me, have been briefly in the sisterhood of motherhood, hoping, praying and nurturing the joy within us, until the day the joy is over. ‘
McCain – whose father, revered veteran Republican politician John McCain died of a brain tumor in August 2018 – says he wanted to keep miscarriage news private, but shared his experience because his brief absence from the screens afterwards. July 4th ‘was enough to spark gossip about why I should be away’.
In an interview with People in June 2018, McCain revealed that he felt pressure from his mother to start having children.
“He never asked me first and then everything [of a] suddenly she always lifts it. It’s fun and uncomfortable, “he said.
McCain has said in the past that he wants to follow in his parents’ footsteps when it comes to parenting his children.
“He managed to be a good dad. If I ever have children, I want to understand how she did it, “she told her late father.” My mother is truly the matriarch of our family and has kept everyone sane. “
“He managed to be a good dad. If I ever have children, I want to understand how he did it, “she previously told her late father. Pictured in May 2014 with her father