Celebrity Parents Hoda Kotb Reveals She Hasn't Mailed Her Family Holiday Cards Yet: 'It's a New Year's Card' Hoda Kotb showed off her 2022 holiday card — featuring daughters Haley, 5, and Hope, 3 — during Wednesday's episode of Today By Melissa Montoya Published on December 15, 2022 12:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos Photo: Nathan Congleton/NBC Those expecting a Christmas card from Hoda Kotb may have to wait a little longer. "It's a New Year's card," joked the Today show co-anchor, 58, who has yet to send her cards. She and Jenna Bush Hager, 41, revealed their 2022 holiday cards during the morning show on Wednesday. Jenna Bush Hager Recalls When Now-Husband Got Caught Sneaking Out of White House One Morning Hager said she sent her holiday card before Thanksgiving. "You sent out your Christmas card already? I don't think I received it," Kotb said, adding that "things that come before Thanksgiving are not Christmas cards." NBC In Kotb's Christmas card, she can be seen posing with her two daughters — Haley Joy, 5, and Hope Catherine, 3 — in front of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. The group is bundled up in winter jackets with the glittering tree in the background. Kotb said she enjoyed the day with her daughters when the photo was taken. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. "We just had so much fun," Kotb said. "It was a fun day. We had hot cocoa. We saw the tree. We ran around my office." The family also enjoyed a meal of grilled-cheese sandwiches and snacks, Kotb said, adding: "It was really fun." Kotb co-parents her daughters with her ex-fiancé Joel Schiffman, with whom she split from in January after eight years together. She and Schiffman welcomed Haley via adoption in February 2017 before adopting Hope in April 2019. Al Roker Surprised by Sweet Serenade from 'Today' Staffers as He Recovers at Home — Watch Earlier this week, the Today show cast and crew gathered outside of Al Roker's home to sing him Christmas carols. Roker has been away from the show after he was hospitalized with blood clots. "I just want to thank you all," Roker said after their first song wrapped. "It's been a long, hard slog and I've missed you all very much. Seeing all these faces, just means the world to me. And you are all family. ... I just thank you all so much. I really appreciate it."