It seems like there are a lot of Blue Bloods birthdays that happen late in the year. Today we are celebrating the 5th birthday of the son of one of the show’s stars.
As for all of you Blue Bloods fans out there, you most certainly know Abigail Hawk thanks to her role on the show. She plays Abigail “Abby” Baker, a detective with the New York City Police Department. She also serves as a member of the Police Commissioner’s Squad, and she is the top assistant to the police commissioner, Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck). Abby is the last checkpoint for anyone who wants to speak to or meet with the commissioner. She is also in charge of accessing and preparing Frank Reagan’s official schedule.
On Saturday, the Blue Bloods star opened up about being a mom to her son in a post that begins, “Happy 5th birthday to my baby boy”.
“Can’t tame his hair: he never met a comb or gel or haircut that could. Can’t quiet his roar: he’s loud and loving, and right chock full of smirks and sass. He’s all sugar and spice and everything nice because you are what you eat, and all that he eats is peanut butter and marshmallow fluff: on the regular and by the spoonful.”
‘Blue Bloods’ Star Loves Being a Mom
If there is one clear message we can take away from Abigail Hawk’s latest post, it’s that she truly loves being a mother. In her latest Instagram post, she dives into the details about giving birth earlier than intended.
“He was born on the move: five weeks before go time, he’d had quite enough of staying still and was more than ready to get out there and DANCE. In his own words: ‘Can’t stop won’t stop.”
She also compared both of her sons and it appears that they are opposites in a lot of ways.
“His brother is a simmerer. A stewer and a steeper… This one? This one’s a quick cook. A flash in the pan. A fast boil, flame broil, ‘remove the heat and let rest’ kid. He gets angry, then moves on. It’s hot in his kitchen, but those apologist hugs are warm and soft. And he’s just so darn funny. A true blue clown.”
In the end, the Blue Bloods star says that becoming a mom has helped her find herself even more.
“Some say having children means losing yourself,” Hawk wrote. “But I find myself leaning into purpose more fully. Loving deeper. Forgiving faster. Learning more quickly. Dancing more often. The silliness sustains, and this one teaches me daily to just keep moving. Whenever, wherever, however I can.”