Mandy Moore couldn’t be happier. This Tuesday, February 23, the This is us actress announced that she had given birth to her first child, a little boy. On her Instagram account, she unveiled a first shot of her adorable baby, while revealing her first name. “Gus is here. Our lovely son, August Harrison Goldsmith. He was punctual and he arrived right on time, much to his parents’ delight. We were prepared to fall in love, in all kinds of ways, but this goes beyond anything we could have imagined, “singer companion Taylor Goldsmith wrote. A few hours later, she shared a new symbolic snapshot where Internet users discovered a too cute gift offered to her son: a gray embroidered blanket of his first name, August.
In caption, Mandy Moore explained that this blanket had a very special meaning for the happy parents. “It was last August that Taylor Goldsmith and months found out we were having a baby boy (it’s also Taylor’s birth month) and we’ve always loved the name,” wrote the 36-year-old actress. in legend. She continued, “So the choice of first name was quickly settled. Then for our birthday in November, Taylor gave me this blanket with the ‘A’ embroidered, for Amanda (her real name, editor’s note) made from fabric. extra of my wedding dress and the ‘T’ (for Taylor) made with the fabric of her wedding shirt. So this cover was “a perfect way to bring together all the elements of [their] story”: “I look forward to passing it all on to our sweet August one day.”
Mandy Moor wants a “smart, feminist, loving” son
It was last September that Mandy Moore announced that she was expecting a happy event with her husband, Taylor Goldsmith, whom she met … thanks to social networks. “I took a photo from their album (of her husband’s band, Editor’s note) and posted it on Instagram. Taylor saw it and sent me a message, she told People. We started. sending us emails, then we arranged to meet and the rest is history. ” Last January, the actress of the hit series This is us confided in the education she wants to give to her son. “I want to raise an intelligent, feminist, loving and compassionate young man who respects women and understands limits,” she listed.
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