Christina Haack Jokes That It 'Took 19 Months' for Son Brayden to 'Love' His Little Brother Hudson
Christina Haack shares Brayden, 5, with ex Tarek El Moussa and Hudson, 19 months, with estranged husband Ant Anstead
There's a lot of love going around Christina Haack's home these days!
In the sweet snap, Brayden can be seen giving his toddler brother a kiss while taking a break from his iPad.
"Only took 19 months - but (today)they like + love each other 🤣💙 💋," Haack — who welcomed Hudson with estranged husband Ant Anstead in September 2019 — joked in the caption.
The HGTV host also posted a picture of the brotherly duo on her Instagram Stories, captioning the shot with three red heart emoji.
Last year, Haack opened up to PEOPLE about co-parenting her two older children with El Moussa amid the COVID-19 pandemic, sharing that they are a "united front" when it comes to their kids.
"Tarek and I split four years ago. That's a long time. When there are tough times like these, all of a sudden we're totally a unified front and talk and email multiple times a day," she said, noting that their focus is always " 'What's best for the kids?' "
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"It's good we're on the same page — otherwise it would be a mess!" she added.
The mother of three announced her split from Anstead, 42, in September after almost two years of marriage. A source told PEOPLE at the time that the couple had been struggling with their relationship since the birth of Hudson, saying, "After the baby, they started having conflicts."
While chatting with PEOPLE last month, Anstead shared that he is currently house-hunting in Laguna Beach in the hopes of finding a place that he can call home for himself and Hudson.
"I feel like I need a home. It's been over six months now," Anstead said of his attempts to find a place of his own after moving out of the home they used to share while renting.
"A home creates an anchor for the rest of your life. So while all these great things are going on, I've got the TV projects and a new book coming out, and Hudson and I are rolling around, having a great time, I still feel displaced," he continued. "So I feel like if I can find a home, I can really start to rebuild from there."