Chrissy Teigen captured the sweet moment with her two-year-old in a series of videos on her Instagram Thursday
On Thursday afternoon, Teigen, 33, and Legend, 40, presented their daughter, who turns 3 next month, with a brand new, big girl bed and shared the adorable encounter on Instagram.
Although Luna was initially excited about the upgrade, she quickly picked up on a major difference from her crib — and made sure to correct it in front of her parents before testing out her new furniture.
In the first video, Luna peered up at the big bed as Legend told her, “This is where you’re going to sleep from now on.”
Teigen joined in with her husband’s sentiments, asking Luna, “Isn’t it so pretty? You want to get up there?” which prompted the toddler to nod and trot excitedly towards the bed.
Placing one foot on the stool, Luna suddenly paused, noticing that something was amiss, and turned around with her hands on her hips.
Walking across the room to where her cuddly stuffed animals were, she asked her parents, “Why you take these out?” and began to gather her toy bunny, teddy bear, Paddington bear, and Tiana doll into her arms.
Meanwhile, her parents and Teigen’s mother Vilailuck Teigen, who sat in the bedroom’s armchair, struggled to hold in their giggles.
Legend eventually reassured his daughter that “whatever you want to put in your bed you can put in there,” and then helped her up to place all of her teddies in the big bed together.
In the second video, Luna is seen getting rather comfortable in her new bed as Legend arranged all the stuffed animals around her. Finally content that she could share the bed with her cuddly friends, Luna sweetly said, “Thank you Mama.”
The family of four — Legend and Teigen also share son Miles Theodore, 9 months — has had plenty of reason to celebrate lately.
“Happy helmet-free day! No more helmet!” she proclaimed joyfully before Miles (who sported cute cat ears alongside his mom in the filtered clip) made a variety of baby noises and attempted to grab Teigen’s face.
Teigen wrote alongside the sweet video, “Such a trooper for 3 months of helmet. Happy graduation, Miles!”
Teigen first shared the news of her younger child’s doctor-ordered new look in early December and apologized for the overload of adorable photos to come.
“So if you see pictures, don’t feel bad for him because he’s just fixing his flat and honestly he’s probably gonna be even cuter with it somehow,” she tweeted.
The condition, known as Plagiocephaly, happens when one of the soft skull plates on a baby’s head flatten, according to Healthline. Sometimes referred to as Flat Head Syndrome, the condition does not pose any danger to the baby and is often caused by staying in one position, such as lying on their backs.
Since then, the Cravings: Hungry for More cookbook author and her husband have shared a smattering of photos featuring their baby boy adorably sporting his football-stickers-covered headgear, posing alone, with his parents and alongside his big sister.