Jeannie Mai Jenkins Shows Off Baby Monaco For The Very First Time

Baby Monaco is here!

Jeannie Mai Jenkins introduced her 5-month-old daughter Monaco this past Thursday since welcoming her in January with her husband Jeezy.

Jeannie Mai Jenkins Shows Off Baby Monaco For The Very First Time

Mai Jenkins revealed photos and videos of her little girl Monaco in the latest episode of Hello Hunnay, the star’s YouTube series, airing at 1 p.m. ET, which features some of Monaco’s milestone moments over the last five months.

“[This] might be the most exciting episode I’ve had here on Hello Hunnay,” the new mom begins the clip.

The first half of the video features footage of Monaco meeting different family members as well as Mai Jenkins’ former co-hosts on The Real.

After the montage, Mai Jenkins, 43, brings Monaco on camera for the first time along with her mom, whom she calls “Momma Mai.”

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“It’s time to share the most amazing, exciting, newest member of the Hello Hunnay family,” says Mai Jenkins, who goes on to admit she was “so nervous” to introduce her baby to the world the past five months.

“I got really scared, guarded and protected,” she says. “Please excuse the nerves.”

Just last month, she shared with the outlet how she is still managing a severe case of postpartum anxiety, something she only recently became aware of.

“The new mom anxiety is real and I wasn’t prepared for the hit of it,” Mai Jenkins said about only having been prepared for potential postpartum depression.

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“Here I am going through postpartum with worries, with heart palpitations, with an inability to sleep, and I was like, ‘I’m not depressed; I’m actually super stoked and happy, but I’m worried and really anxious and fidgety,’ and I didn’t know what it was.”

After searching ‘Can you get anxious after birth?’ on the internet, she was shocked to learn about the realities of postpartum anxiety.

“It’s a huge difference from depression: I wasn’t sad, I wasn’t sleeping all day, I didn’t feel miserable about my life, I wasn’t having suicidal thoughts,” she added. “I was just very anxious, very uncomfortable and worried all the time.”

And learning that has helped Mai Jenkins manage being a “girl mom” more than she could expect. “Now that I know what it is, I still get anxiety attacks, but I’m aware that it’s just a phase,” she said.

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