2020 is already turning out to be great for Christina Anstead! The 36-year-old couldn’t help but gush about her son Hudson’s playdate.
“Twinning and besties just like their mamas. Hudson’s first playdate with Cam was a success!” she captioned a photo of her best friend Shannon Houston‘s son and Hudson, whom she shares with husband Ant Anstead.
Hudson may only be 3 months old, but he’s doing so well for a newborn! In the same post, the blonde beauty also celebrated her baby boy for not waking her during her sleep. She continued, “New year, new Hudson. Last night he slept through the night and today he rolled over and laughed at his big sister @amelieanstead. Today was a good day!”
Things seem to be going so well for Christina in all aspects of her life, including her relationship with ex Tarek El Moussa, with whom she shares her two eldest children, Taylor, 9, and Brayden, 4. In December 2019, she opened up about what coparenting is like and revealed that she still stays in touch with not only her ex-husband, but also his family.
“It’s been three and a half years since we separated, so it’s gotten a lot easier,” she divulged to Us Weekly. “Tarek and I still work together, obviously. And I’m still really close with his family. We just always put the kids first.”
Christina proved they’re all one big, happy family when they all attended Taylor’s school show. “Tay’s Christmas performance was sooo cute!” the mom of three wrote on Insta on December 10. “Glad my dad got to come too. We all sat together — my family and Tarek’s family. A couple people acknowledged how nice this is — I know there are a lot of divorced couples (including Tarek’s mom and dad) who do this too and it’s honestly easier for everyone. Plus, Taylor’s face lights up when she sees us all in the same row supporting her.”
Luckily, the former flames are on the same page when it comes to raising their kids. Like the Christina on the Coast star, Tarek exclusively told Life & Style in September that coparenting is made easy because they both prioritize the children. Good parenting 101!