Here's a look at all the heartwarming new additions celebrity couples have welcomed this year.
Romeo Miller and Drew Sangster
The "My Baby" rapper and his girlfriend welcomed their first child together! The artist took to Instagram on Feb. 14 to share the news. While Miller didn't share when their daughter was born, he did say that he and Sangster were waiting for "our baby girl got here safe and healthy" before making the announcement that they were gearing up for their bundle of joy. "My great granny always said if you live long enough, you’ll realize that everything (and the best things) are on God’s time, never yours. The best Valentines ever," he continued. "Been waiting for this moment my entire life. Thank you @drewsangster. 💕 I’m a #GirlDad babbbbbyyy."
The CNN anchor revealed on Feb 10 during his show that he welcomed his second child, Sebastian Luke Maisani-Cooper.
The proud dad added that his new bundle of joy, "Was 6.8 pounds at birth and he was healthy and happy, and even his occasional hiccups, are to me, adorable. He mostly just sleeps and eats and certainly poops, but he already seems like a wise and thoughtful little chap."
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott
Michelle Branch and Patrick Carney
The 38-year-old singer and her rocker husband welcomed their second child together, a daughter named Willie Jacquet Carney, on Feb. 2. "Welcome to the world, sweet Willie girl," the "Everywhere" the singer announced via Instagram on Friday, along with a photo of her baby girl. "Willie Jacquet Carney was born on 2/2/22. She’s named after Patrick’s grandmother Willie Madge and has my mother’s maiden name/my middle name. We’re so in love." The pair are also parents to son Rhys, and Branch shares teenage daughter Owen with ex Teddy Landau.
Chris Hardwick and Lydia Hearst
The 50-year-old The Talking Dead host and the 37-year-old actress welcomed their first child together, a baby girl they've named Dimitry, on Jan. 29. The couple announced the happy news on Instagram alongside a photo of their new bundle of joy. "It feels like only yesterday we learned we were pregnant, and now she's here!" Hearst wrote. "Becoming a parent changes you, and some of the starkest differences are also the most intimate ones - the emotional changes. Your life instantly transforms. Priorities change. You change. I feel so blessed and am incredibly grateful. Life has given us you, Dimity. We will love you forever. 💗"
Chad Paine and Erin (Bates) Paine
The Bringing Up Bates stars welcomed a brand new bundle of joy on Jan. 18. The happy parents announced the news to Instagram, sharing an adorable snapshot of their baby girl, as they cradled her in the hospital. "Finley Marie Paine arrived this morning at 4:51am," Erin captioned the adorable family photo. "Our little miracle baby is doing wonderful and we can’t wait to share more details soon! "This mama and daddy are going to get a little rest now and as many snuggles as possible," she continued. "We can’t thank you enough for the prayers. We feel indebted, loved, and so grateful to each of you. We serve such a big God. 🤍" Erin added that their little girl was born "5lbs and 4oz". Erin and Chad are already parents to four children, including 6-year-old son Carson, as well as daughters Brooklyn, 5, Everly, 3, and Holland, 2.
Iliza Shlesinger and Noah Galuten
The 38-year-old comedian welcomed her first child, a baby girl named Sierra Mae, with her husband on Jan. 13. Shlesinger posted the exciting news on her Instagram on Jan. 18, sharing details of her daughter's birth, as well as posting photos of their new bundle of joy. "The decision to induce came purely from me wanting to have enough time with her and to heal before my February shows. So…27 hours of labor, 75 minutes of power pushing (they said I had 4 hours and I was like 'oh no, this ends NOW. Champions do more.')," Shlesinger wrote, in part. "I became a mother the moment at 10cm dilated, around minute 60 of pushing when I realized I could feel my body breaking and I didn’t care because I was doing it for her. I had been dreaming of the moment they would pull her out and put her on my chest and I could look at her little face. I got what I came for. That perfect moment."
Jeannie Mai and Jeezy
The TV personality announced on Jan. 11 that she'd welcomed her first child with her music artist husband. The new mom shared the exciting news on her Instagram, posting a photo of a baby hospital crib. "I asked God for a life of love and happiness. He sent me my family," she wrote, before adding, "Baby Jenkins is here 🍼❤️." Mai and the 44-year-old rapper tied the knot in March, and in September, she announced her pregnancy during an episode of The Real.
The fashion model and her husband, Justin Ervin, welcomed twin boys on Jan. 7. Graham announced the happy news on her Instagram story, sharing, "Justin and I are so excited to announce our baby boys are here. They were born early this morning at home and are happy and healthy.” Graham also said she would be taking time to heal and spend time with her family. Graham and Ervin wed in 2010 and welcomed their first child -- a son named Isaac -- in January 2020.
The 41-year-old former figure skater announced on Jan. 5 that she gave birth to her first child, a baby girl she named Kalista Belle Kwan. The new mom and two-time Olympic medalist shared a photo of her bundle of joy, as well as a montage video documenting her growing baby bump. Kwan began by writing how she was "overjoyed and tears of happiness" were streaming down her face as she shared the news of her daughter's arrival. Kwan did not name her baby's father. The athlete was previously married to Coast Guard lieutenant Clay Pell. They got married in 2013. He filed for divorce in 2017.