For the bash, which is nicknamed Baby Sno’s Bash, guesses are coming in a white and silver dresscode with the expecting mom looking stunning in a white long dress, emphasizing her baby bump.
AceShowbiz –Jeannie Mai is beyond excited to welcome her first child with husband Jeezy (Young Jeezy). On Thursday, December 23, “The Real” co-host took to Instagram to treat her followers to some footage from her gorgeous “Winter Wonderland”-themed baby shower.
In one post, the TV star shared a video taken from her private celebration which was nicknamed Baby Sno’s Bash. The party featured a beautiful photo corner with blue and white ballons as well as a sign board with “Baby Sno” written on it. There was also a huge white Christmas tree and a silver-and-white cake to match the theme.
For the bash, guesses were coming in a white and silver dresscode with the expecting mom looking stunning in a white long dress, emphasizing her baby bump. The clip also saw Jeannie and Jeezy dancing to the music with some friends and family members having fun playing games.
“How am I falling in love again…but this time with someone I’ve never met?” Jeannie wrote in the caption. “Baby J isn’t even here yet- yet bringing together our friends and family in a way only God can do. Thank you, thank you to all our friends who threw this shower of love. And thank you to the one and only @katrinaselegantevents who turned our home into a winter wonderland.”
Jeannie further shared more videos from the festivities in a separate post. “I’ve never remembered days. I remember moments. My first mama-to-be dance with Papa Jenkins,” so she wrote alongside a video of her dancing with Jeezy’s dad.
Jeannie announced that she was pregnant with her first child with Jeezy in a September episode of “The Real”. “I do know that you never say never, and that love can really change you,” Jeannie, who previously didn’t want to have a child, shared with her co-hosts. “I’m so thankful to be on a show that’s really helped me to grow and to evolve and to see myself differently than I would have ever imagined seeing myself.”
“I’ve got to come home and tell the girls that have always accepted me at every stage of my life, have been through my ups and downs and have always encouraged me to a place where, I feel like you’ve all individually always told me to, if I wanted to be a mom, I’d be an awesome mom,” she added.
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