While pregnant, Emmy Rossum got her COVID-19 vaccination, and her 1-year-old daughter is now vaccinated.
An exciting day weve had waited long for! Wednesday, the Shameless alum wrote via Instagram after the CDC recommended jabs for all children aged 6 months to 5 years old.
Our daughter got her first covid vaccination, so she was ready.
In the rare social media post, a toddler had her head removed from the camera.
Rossum has yet to show her baby girls face since she and her husband Sam Esmail welcomed the little one in May 2021.
Last year, the actress kept her pregnancy under wraps, before enthuseting her Instagram followers with throwback maternity shoot photographs.
5.24.21, she captioned the black-and-white baby bump snaps. On a sunny Monday morning, at 8:13AM, we welcomed our daughter into the world.
While the new mom shared a picture of her infants'' footprint at the time, she waited two months to give the first glimpse of the newborn.
When I was pregnant, she was vaccinated, along with a sweet shot of herself kissing her baby''s head in July 2021.
Not only did we have a healthy, beautiful baby girl, but we just learned our daughter now has antibodies, she continued. In short, stop being an irresponsible idiot and get the vaccination.
Rossum presents a roundup of rare portraits of her infant on Mothers Day in May.
She wrote that the first year of her life has been filled with playing, crawling, eating, carrying pacifiers in their mouths, and holding hands. I am so grateful to have you built your foundation.
For the first time, the Angelyne star spoke publicly about her birth experience, declaring to Ryan Seacrest that she was just a little shy of adopting her newborn in an Uber.
During my Live With Kelly and Ryan appearance, I found a sweet and conscientious Uber driver. I want to go [fast].