The Food Network star is also mom to son Bryce and daughters Alex and Paige

By Eric Todisco
May 10, 2021 12:28 PM
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Ree Drummond had two of her five children by her side to celebrate Mother's Day.

The Pioneer Woman star, 52, marked her special day on Sunday with two snapshots posted to Instagram posing with her sons Todd, 17, and Jamar, 18.

"How it's going vs. how it started. 🤓," wrote Drummond, referring to the second candid photo of the trio. "Happy Mother's Day! I have 2/5 with me today. I'll take it! ❤️."

Missing from the Mother's Day gathering was Drummond's other son Bryce, 18, and daughters Alex, 23, and Paige, 21. Alex, who got married on May 1 on the family's Oklahoma ranch, commented on her mom's sweet snapshot, "Love you momma ❤️❤️❤️❤️."

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Drummond shares all her children with husband Ladd. Last November, the Food Network star revealed in an excerpt from her book Frontier Follies that she and Ladd became foster parents to Jamar a year and a half prior. Jamar played on the same high-school football team with their sons Bryce and Todd.

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Ree Drummond with sons Todd and Jamar
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"Jamar's circumstances presented themselves to us in a way we couldn't ignore," Drummond wrote in part.

"Also, I've never wanted to subject Jamar to more attention than he wanted or needed before he had a chance to settle in and get his bearings in our home," she added.

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Ree Drummond and foster son Jamar
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In February, Drummond announced that Jamar was accepted to the University of Central Oklahoma and is "officially signed to play football" at the school beginning in the fall 2021 semester.

Alongside a photo of she and the teenager, who was sporting a "UCO FOOTBALL" hoodie, Drummond wrote, "I'm so proud of him and so grateful for his friends, coaches, and community for supporting him in countless ways,"

"And I'm grateful for Jamar himself — his hard work, his commitment, and his presence in our family," the mom of five added.