Teigen is mom to four kids — Wren, Esti, Miles and Luna — whom she shares with husband John Legend
Chrissy Teigen's little girl is ready for some R&R!
Posing beside her daughter, Teigen smiles and places a hand on one of the chair's armrests while Esti looks into the camera. Other photos in the carousel show all four of the model's children and highlight snippets of Teigen's workouts and discovery of her gray hairs.
"Week 1,970 of my life (nearing 20 million minutes old!!)," Teigen joked in her caption.
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Teigen shares her four kids — sons Wren Alexander, 11 weeks, and Miles Theodore, 5, plus daughters Luna Simone, 7, and Esti – with husband John Legend, 44.
Earlier this week, Teigen posted another adorable couple of photos of her kids, this time highlighting her youngest, son Wren. “Kiss sandwich is back!!” Teigen captioned a video where she and Legend, smothered Wren’s cheek with kisses. “Some like it more than others. (I think? I have yet to find them).”
In the second slide of the carousel, Teigen shared a photo where Wren’s face looked less than impressed with his parents’ show of affection.
The mom of four recently spoke to PEOPLE about designing a Wonderfold W4 and W2 Petal Pop Stroller Wagon with Baby2Baby, revealing that the colorful design was inspired by her heartbreaking struggle with postpartum depression after Luna was born.
"If you saw the Architectural Digest, John [Legend] and I both are really quite a neutral palette when it comes to us as a couple. So our Petal Pop with the wagon was really important to me. With Luna, I started out thinking, 'Oh no, I'm never going to have bright-colored toys.' I wanted everything to fit in the house and look so beautiful and peaceful."
"Once we started growing and having more children, I realized the importance of color in their lives and the importance for them to wear color and how it makes them feel fun and special. The idea of seeing things in color was really important to me because, with my first pregnancy with Luna, I wasn't seeing things in color necessarily," referencing her time with postpartum depression.
"It wasn't until I got over that hump and really started to appreciate color that it really changed my mood. So I wanted something bright and beautiful and fun for them. That's why the wagon embodies all the things I think children need to see, and really all of us. Having color in your world is really important," she added.
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