Just days before Felicity Vuolo’s two month “birthday,” Jeremy and Jinger are taking to social media and gushing over their baby.
Fans had expressed concerns about the precious infant’s health in recent photos.
But as fans can see, little Felicity is all smiles.
In the absolutely precious photo that you’re about to see, a grinning Jeremy Vuolo gazes warmly into the eyes of his infant daughter.
Baby Felicity lays on her back and smiles up at him.
According to the captions, this is a very common occurrence these days.
Jeremy writes: “She’s all smiles these days.”
This is a truly touching and beautiful family photo. Take a look:
Felicity was born in July, as Jeremy and Jinger shared on the family website.
“God is so kind!” the post gushed. “Jinger gave birth to Felicity Nicole Vuolo this morning at 4:37 am.”
And then they laid out her stats: “Felicity weighs 8lbs. and 3oz. and is 19.5 inches long.”
“Both mom and baby are healthy, doing great, and resting well,” they shared.
The post concluded: “We are very thankful for her safe arrival and look forward to life as parents”
Felicity will be two months old on September 19! Babies grow up so quickly, and the couple’s fans and followers are happy to see pictures.
Of course, a recent photo of Felicity Vuolo raised concern among fans.
They looked at the adorable baby girla nd perceived that she looked “blue,” which could indicate a problem with circulation or oxygenation.
A number of fans shared these genuine worries in the captions, not to be hateful, but simply out of alarm.
Fortunately, it looks like Felicity remains happy and healthy. Perhaps what followers perceived was merely a trick of the lighting?
After Jeremy and Jinger shared the name of their young daughter, some were puzzled over its meaning.
(And no, it is not a reference to a Keri Russell character)
While you might not expect hardcore Christians like these two to name their daughter after a Roman deity (Felicitas), they explained that they named her after “a young Christian girl who lived long ago.”
That is a clear reference to Saint Felicitas, a young Christian woman who was martyred alongside Saint Perpetua in the Third Century in Carthage.
The Vuolos are not Catholic, but clearly they felt a connection to Felicitas’ religious convictions.
More to the point, however, Jinger and Jeremy explained that the name simply “felt right.”
It is wonderful that Felicity smiles so much. Babies are not generally capable of giving a full smile when first born — it is a skill that they develop.
But smiling is a great indicator that Felicity is successfully bonding with Jeremy and with Jinger, expressing a rush of excitement when she sees her parents.
Babies can be grumpy and they can cry, which is also normal and healthy, but it’s always good to see a baby smile.
Let’s hope that she continues to smile — if Jinger and Jeremy prove to be better parents than anyone in Jinger’s terrifying family.