Tolbert gave her fans a peek into her life as a mom when she posted an “accurate photo” of her household taken by husband, Tanner Tolbert.
Jade, who is currently expecting her third child (a baby boy!) with Tanner, 33, hold 13-month-old son Brooks Easton in one arm while scrolling through her phone with her other hand while sporting a tank top and underwear. Her 3-year-old daughter, Emerson “Emmy” Avery, is playing with a toy close by.
Jade wrote on her Instagram, “In case you thought my pregnancy is just glamorous photos of me in angel wings ????, here’s a more accurate photo of my everyday life, haha.”
“At least one kid always attached to me, weird mom bun on top of my head, belly out because for some reason it feels better to me lol… what are pants anyway?” she continued. “Anyone else feel me? ????.”
At first, Tolbert admitted she was “mad at Tanner for taking this picture of me when he first did, but I’ve actually grown to love it, because I want to be able to look back at what it was really like raising my babies. ❤️.”
She posted the same photo on her Instagram Stories with a “#MomLife” sticker.
The shot comes after Jade posed as an angel for a maternity shoot to mark their family’s “last baby.”
“Felt like an angel mother goddess yesterday.”
“Thanks to @tiffanyallenphotography and @leahmariacouture and this beautiful baby growing inside of me. ❤️” Can’t wait to see the photos!” Jade captioned the video.
She added, “This is (probably, most likely, trying to convince myself) our last baby, and I wanted to celebrate my body for all the amazing things it’s done these past 4 years of growing and loving and nurturing my babies.”
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