Dylan Dreyer has a complete home in her hands!
Today’s meteorologist and her husband, Brian Ficella, make the most of their New York City apartments when it comes to keeping the whole family in one space.
The room was cleverly arranged to take advantage of the open space where three boys sleep. Rusty’s changing table and crib were located on the back wall. in the meantime, Cal When ProLiant Posing on their intricate bunk bed, complete the lower bunk bed with a crib for her middle son.
In the caption, Drayer joked about some of the comments he heard about upgrading the apartment now that the family is expanding.
“They said,’You have to move,'” she wrote. “‘You will never fit in your apartment,'” they said. “Time to a bigger place,” they said. This is the way in New York. I think they all fit nicely … for now. “
Dylan’s family had one more girlfriend at the end of September 2021. Welcome baby rusty 6 weeks early to the world. Fortunately, Cal and Ollie are now obsessed with the title of “big brother” now that Rusty has arrived and is literally a roommate.
One month after Rusty was born, Dylan I updated today About how life has changed since becoming a mother of three, including how her eldest son responded to change.
“Cal and Ollie love it when they open their eyes and look around and capture the sights and sounds,” she said. “The boys can’t stop kissing him. When I leave the room, Calvin lays next to RJ (Calvin calls him) and says he’s watching me. increase.”
The following month, the situation of the oldest boys who liked their younger brother as before did not change.
“They always want to kiss him. It just snuggles up — they want to hug him,” Dylan said. I told her to my family today Last November.
Dylan will return to work on Monday, January 24, after four months away from today’s family to spend time with the nuclear family.she Opened about maternity leave time A frank Instagram post with a reflexive message in the caption, along with a series of photos with the kids.
“Maternity leave is a blessing and I am very grateful for the 16 weeks I was able to spend with the boy at home (although some argue that it is not enough … I agree !!),” Dylan said. I am writing in. “When I was preparing to get back to work in a week, I was confused that the time had passed. But looking back … I narrowed it down a lot !!”
“I know time flies, so I soak every second and love it every minute,” she concludes her caption. “I’m so lucky I can get back to my favorite job and the kids can see that I love what I’m doing and work hard. So I have all of you I missed it and I can’t wait to come back in the third hour @todayshow Next Monday! “