Beauty entrepreneur, influencer and activist Hannah Bronfman announced the arrival of her second baby.
On Wednesday, the 35-year-old posted a photo of her cuddling her new bundle of joy alongside her husband, Brendan Fallis.
“Heart just quadrupled🌸💗🌸💗🌸💗,” Bronfman began the Instagram post. “Claude Peaches Anne Fallis 🌸💗🌸💗🌸 born in the evening on 6/2 and everyone is doing well. We are so so in love 🏽🏽 thank you so much for all the love and well wishes 🥰🙏🏽👶🏽” she wrote. In her caption, Bronfman added the origin story of her daughter’s unique name.
Claude – Her paternal great grandfather’s name was Claude Elgin 👴🏻
Peaches – Her maternal grandmother’s nickname @sherrybronfman 🍑
Anne – Her paternal grandmother and maternal great grandmother 🤍🤍”
She concluded the post with “WELCOME TO THE FAMILY CLAUDE.” The second photo in the set was a solo shot of their newborn daughter.
Bronfman has a thing for meaningful names. In 2020, she revealed her son’s name via Instagram Live while talking to former President Barack Obama.
After Obama congratulated her on welcoming her son, she shared his name, Preston Miles Thomas.
“That’s a big name,” the A Promised Land author replied, according to People.
On Thursday, Bronfman posted a video of her and her husband introducing Preston to his new sister.
“Preston and Claude 🏽🍑☺️ introducing P to Claude was anticlimactic to say the least which is def to be expected but over the last few days he has shown interest here and there and it’s just perfect.”
She added, “This is a big transition for him and we aren’t trying to force anything but rather encourage his curiosity about her. Can’t wait to watch them grow together.”
Last month, Bronfman opened up about her journey to motherhood in Glamour magazine.
After her 2017 marriage to Fallis, the couple experienced miscarriages, faced issues with fertility and utilized IVF.
“Now, eight months pregnant with baby number two, I reflect on my infertility journey and the lessons it has taught me,” she said, Glamour reported.
She detailed how a miscarriage she had after having her son didn’t devastate her as much as those she had before.
“It may sound clichéd, but I truly believe that when you’ve prayed and manifested for a family, you have to count your lucky stars when it happens,” she told the outlet.
She said all the hardships felt worth it after she had Preston.
Fallis has also posted several videos on YouTube that document the month leading up to Bronfman’s delivery.