Jenna Bush Hager is thankful for her loving sister!
The TODAY with Hoda and Jenna co-have written a sweet message to her twin, Barbara Bush, as they celebrated their 40th birthday celebrations on Thanksgiving Day.
“Happiest birthday to my dearest, partner-in-all, the girl with the giant heart, kindest soul,” Jenna composed on Instagram, sharing photos of her and her twin encompassed by balloons.
Jenna likewise shared some valuable photographs of her kids holding with Barbara’s newborn little girl, Cora Georgia.
“The best gift of my life is being your sister. And this year, the most precious is having our babes fall in love,” Jenna wrote. “I don’t know what I did in a past life but having you as a sister is pure magic. @barbara.p.bush you’re a dream.”
Barbara invited child Cora in September. Jenna’s children, Mila, 8, Poppy, 6, and Hal, 2, are plainly infatuated with their little cousin.
Jenna shared one sweet photograph of what resembles Hal supporting Cora’s head and establishing a kiss on her cheek.
She likewise shared a valuable pic of what resembles little girls Poppy and Mila supporting and holding with their cousin.
Cora is the primary youngster for Barbara and her better half, Craig Coyne. Before long Cora was conceived, Jenna shared a sweet Instagram post about the freshest expansion to the family.
“Dearest Cora Georgia, Today is the day I got to meet my most beautiful, precious, feisty, niece (a bit earlier than we expected!)” she wrote. “I witnessed in awe as my dearest, toughest @barbara.p.bush became a mama. And today is the day I fell in love! Some cousins are anxiously waiting to play with you, but not just yet love. Xx auntie j.”
Jenna thought about her achievement birthday in a new essay for TODAY.
“My birthday is on Thanksgiving this year, which feels appropriate. My mom was in the hospital delivering my sister and me over Thanksgiving,” she wrote. “She had hospital turkey and soggy stuffing, but she was fulfilling her greatest dream, her wildest wish: having two healthy babies. She said holding one of us in each of her arms filled her with awe and gratitude. And that’s how I feel at 40 — unbelievably grateful.”
She proceeded, “I want to spend the next decade with my own babes in each of my arms, silently counting (or loudly shouting!) my blessings.”