Witney Carson Introduces Son, 6 Weeks, to DWTS Partner (and Dad-to-Be!) Frankie Muniz: 'So Excited'
"So excited for you guys!" Witney Carson wrote to Frankie Muniz, who's expecting his first child with wife Paige Price
Witney Carson's newborn son is already making friends!
The Dancing with the Stars pro, 27, shared a snapshot of herself smiling alongside her partner from the 2017 season of the competition series, Frankie Muniz, as the actor held her newborn son Leo, 6 weeks. Muniz's wife Paige Price also appears in the photo as the pair await their first child together, a son.
"Leo finally met @frankiemuniz4 & @pogmuniz last night! We are so excited for you guys!!!" Carson wrote with the photo on her Instagram Story.
Price reshared the pic on her own Instagram Story, adding: "Little baby Leo was so sleepy! I've never held a baby before (I know, yikes!) but this photo definitely makes me jealous of Frankie."
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The Malcolm in the Middle actor, 35, and Price, 28, announced their baby news on their YouTube channel in September.
"In the past four-and-a-half years, Paige and I have experienced so many incredible things together. We've traveled the world, got to live out all these once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. While we still believe it's the little moments in between the big ones that make you feel happiest, nothing quite compares to hearing your little one's heartbeat," Muniz said at the time.
"We felt like we were living and experiencing a real-life miracle for the first time. The second I heard that heartbeat, reality set in. I was throwing out baby names and future career choices," he shared.
In a Feb. 5 Instagram post, the new mom celebrated her body for bringing her son into the world. "My post partum journey has been anything but glamorous," she wrote alongside a mirror selfie holding baby Leo. "I remember the day after I had the c-section, and the nurses were getting me out of the hospital bed I cried & thought to myself, 'I'll never recover from this!' Even though that thought was so scary for me, I was and am SO proud of this body, that it protected and nurtured this little human. Our bodies are truly amazing.. here's to the women!!"