Ever since NCIS: Los Angeles star Eric Christian Olsen and his wife, Sarah, began sharing pictures of their new baby, we haven’t been able to keep our eyes off of Instagram. Today, Sarah Wright Olsen dropped the sweetest photo of baby girl, Winter, the couple’s third child.
In the picture, the proud mama sits with Winter in her lap with a wide-brimmed straw hat covering her face. Ten-month-old Winter smiles up at the camera with cheeks so chubby that we can’t even tell if she has mom’s brown eyes or dad’s icy blue eyes. Her blond hair is in an adorable mess, standing straight up. She has two little Chiclets poking out of her gums, her very first teeth.
Mom excitedly captioned the photo, “Teeth!”
‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Star and Wife Welcome Winter Home
In the midst of a hectic year, NCIS: Los Angeles star Eric Christian Olsen and his wife had reason to celebrate when Winter Story Olsen was born on September 15, 2020. Already overjoyed at his baby girl’s arrival, the proud papa posted a photo of his wife and their two daughters on Instagram six days after Winter was born. In his caption, Olsen reflects on the important aspects of life, “Family, friends and human connection.”
The NCIS: Los Angeles celebrity continued, “Mama and baby are doing great, home safe surrounded by a cuddle puddle of kids and giant dogs. Life is equal parts spectacular and fleeting; We have an obligation to the world and to ourselves to push through fear, apathy and self preservation and LOVE FEARLESSLY.”
Winter is the third blond baby of the crew, after seven-year-old Wyatt Oliver and four-year-old Esmé Olivia.
Sarah Wright Olsen Is ‘The Zen Mama’
As any mother can tell you, childbirth is no walk in the park. NCIS: Los Angeles actor Eric Christian Olsen’s wife is trying to make the process a bit easier. Through her new book, The Zen Mama, with fellow mother Teresa Palmer, Wright addresses all topics revolving around pregnancy. While the process will always be a challenge, Wright’s book “explores the struggles, joyful moments, and hard-won realizations of motherhood.”
Along with her book, Wright also has a website that delves deeper into complex conversations. On the page, she welcomes new and seasoned mothers into “all encompassing space to build a community of parents and caregivers discussing the comedy, beauty, and complexity of pregnancy and parenthood.”
And from how much she’s enjoying the milestones with baby Winter, it seems her methods are effective. Something tells us this won’t be the last Olsen baby of the bunch.