Now that's a cute stocking stuffer.
RHOC star Meghan King Edmonds is getting into the holiday spirit with her newborn daughter Aspen — and shared an adorable photo of her baby girl with a bright red bow on her head.
"Ain't that the truth," she captioned the pic of Aspen wearing a shirt that reads "best gift ever."
She also gave fans a look at her post-baby body, posing in a black sports bra and revealing she has lost 25 pounds thanks to breastfeeding.
Meghan, 32, welcomed her first child with husband Jim over Thanksgiving weekend, and opened up about her natural delivery on social media.
"From the hours leading up to the birth I had the most incredible husband, he didn't leave my side," she wrote. "I could not have labored naturally without him and my doula. Jimmy was a constant source of support through every contraction, each blood-curdling scream and each time I told him I thought I was dying and couldn't do it anymore. He ran baths, helped me walk, helped me breathe, held my hands, essentially endured the burden of my pain for all 22 hours."
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25lbs down (due to breastfeeding alone), 12 to go! I can work out again in two weeks! But question: why are my abs so spread apart? I know I have some diastasis recti but maybe it's normal? Should I be using a waist trainer to pull them back together? #girlygirlbeingbad #girlygirllooksguilty #breastfeedingweightloss
She continued, "I feel like I worked out for a week straight and my throat hurts from yelling but I survived unscathed without so much as a tiny tear and now I feel like the strongest warrior on the planet."
Meghan struggled with fertility and lost one of her embryos at the beginning of her pregnancy — which was documented on the Bravo series.
“As expected, everyone has had different views and opinions on how I reacted to the news of just one baby instead of two, but knowing that two genetically perfect embryos were transferred and only one survived was really hard for me," she wrote on her blog. "Of course I am beyond excited and grateful for my baby girl to arrive in a couple months, but the loss of (what I now know was) the boy felt – and was and is – so real. People have said that I should be grateful I have one healthy baby and I want everyone to know that I am, but please don’t undermine my pain because I still lost my baby boy, no matter how early.”
For more cute photos of Aspen, click through the gallery below!