Parenthood is definitely a big adjustment for any couple, but it looks like The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Porsha Williams and Dennis McKinley are loving their new roles. The first-time parents, who announced they are getting married this New Year's Eve, have not been shy about sharing photos of themselves loving on their sweet new daughter, Pilar Jhena McKinley, who was born on March 22. Porsha has shared that seeing Dennis and Pilar together has her feeling "blessed and highly favored" and Dennis has shared sweet photos of his baby girl on Instagram Stories.
Still adjusting to having a baby in the house can tire out even the most adaptable of parents — and the McKinleys are no exception. On April 17, Porsha posted a photo of Dennis passed out, clutching Pilar's pillow. "Um sir that is [Pilar's]," Porsha captioned her photo, adding the telling hashtags: "#PoThang, #NewDad, #Exhausted, #GoodPapa, and #HeGoneGetMe." Hey, he's entitled to catch some z's whenever he can as a new dad!
And it looks like Porsha is feeling the effects of motherhood as well, posting a silly photo on Instagram Stories showing off exactly how much sleep she's getting, in addition to another peek at sweet Pilar.
At least when the McKinleys aren't busy doting on their newborn or catching up on sleep whenever they're able to, they're still making time for romance. Porsha posted an adorable "date night" photo of the two that shows they are still committed to making their relationship a priority. “Momma gotta have a life too,” she wrote.
Follow the McKinleys' journey to parenthood in the upcoming three-part special The Real Housewives of Atlanta Porsha's Having a Baby, premiering Sunday, April 28 at 8/7c. And make sure to tune into Part 3 of the RHOA reunion this Sunday at 8/7c. Preview, below.
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