Olivia Munn loves her boys.
On Tuesday, the 41-year-old actress shared an adorable photo of partner John Mulaney holding their newborn son Malcolm.
"The smooshiest smoosh (And yep, our Christmas tree is still up)," she captioned the photo.
Celebrity friends and fans could not get enough of the stars' little bundle of joy.
"Bring him to meet the horses. Those lips. So adorbs. My tree is still up too," Alyssa Milano wrote.
"Aunt Whitney needs to come breast feed her new nephew," Whitney Cummings joked.
"Sobbing my eyes out goodbye," one fan admitted.
"Girl, you just had a baby! That tree can stay up for Mardi Gras, St Patrick’s, and Easter!" one commenter noted.
Over the last few weeks Munn has shared several heartwarming photos of her son Malcolm on social media, delighting her over 2 million followers.
During an interview with Yahoo Life in September, Munn said that during her pregnancy, she had "gotten so much advice that it’s hard to file it all away properly."
Munn shared: "The thing that has made me feel the best has been how every single mom friend of mine has told me, 'Do not judge your pregnancy to anybody else's.' You look at people online and you see they’re dressing differently, they’re looking differently. Their experiences are different. People say, 'Oh, your skin will glow!' But I’m getting more sunspots now! These things people talk about, my experience is different. Some of it's true, but some of it is not. So my best advice is not to compare my pregnancy to other people’s pregnancies."
The actress also brought up the controversial post-baby "snap back," which has been a hot topic on social media, explaining that everyone's bodies are different.
"I understand wanting to feel like your best self and wanting to feel like yourself again because something is happening to your body," Munn said. "I have friends who snap back right away because they’re built like that, and I have some friends who work really hard to snap back, but I have other friends who are on a slower journey there. It’s just enough that your body keeps changing."
She added: "I’ve had a lot of friends who have really struggled with miscarriages and infertility, so understanding how special this time is and not put extra pressure and stress on yourself — it’s not good for you or the baby. I’ve seen friends go through struggle and heartbreak, so I’m staying super grateful that things are healthy and well."
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