Adrienne Bailon got her newborn son’s name tattooed on her hand after welcoming the newborn via surrogate.
“I am so in love with my @everjames tattoo,” the former “Real” co-host, 38, wrote via Instagram Stories Thursday.
The “Cheetah Girls” star tagged tattoo artist Michelle Santana in the social media upload showing the name Ever inked in cursive on her hand.
Bailon and her husband, Israel Houghton, debuted their baby boy in a black-and-white Instagram photo Tuesday.
The couple detailed their “challenging” fertility journey, calling the infant “worth every tear, every disappointment, every delayed prayer, every IVF cycle [and] every miscarriage.”
They concluded, “He’s here and we have never been happier to lose sleep!”
Bailon and Houghton, who has four other children from previous relationships, received many messages of congratulations from their friends and followers.
The actress’ ex-boyfriend Rob Kardashian’s sister Khloé Kardashian called Bailon “the most incredible mommy” in a comment.
“I am so beyond happy for you A!!!” the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alum, 38, gushed. “He is the luckiest little boy to have you both as his parents.
“I love you!” the Good American co-creator, who welcomed her own baby boy via surrogate earlier this month, added. “Enjoy every second.”
Bailon dated Rob, 35, from 2007 to 2009. Before their split, the former Disney Channel star got the Arthur George Socks creator’s name tattooed on her butt.
In 2014, Bailon began the process of removing the ink, telling In Touch in March 2021 that there were “still some spots left.”
She explained, “I’m grateful that I have a husband who really doesn’t care. I think he’s, like, ‘We had lives before each other, shocker.’ He’s like, ‘I have kids, you have a tattoo. … No big deal.’”
Bailon and Houghton, 51, started dating in March 2016.
The gospel singer proposed after six months of dating, and the duo tied the knot in November of that same year.
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