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Olivia Munn Celebrates Son Malcolm Turning 6 Months

Comedian John Mulaney revealed he and Munn were expecting their first child in September 2021 and welcomed Malcolm in November 2021.

Olivia Munn celebrated her and John Mulaney’s baby boy turning six months old on social media with a smiley photo of mother and son lounging on a blanket outdoors. Alongside the sweet snap, Munn began her lengthy post, “6 months ago today Malcolm made me his mama. It’s so much fun getting to know him.” The proud mom went on to share that Malcolm “loves meeting people” and “loves his best friend Penny and thinks she’s hysterical.”

Munn also noted that her little one also has “tried peanut butter and “sleeps through the night 12 hours straight.” The Love, Wedding, Repeat actress continued, “He wakes up from every nap with a huge smile and giggle, he LOVES when we read him books. He lets out a squeal and kicks his legs whenever his daddy comes home, I can’t stress enough how much he loves bathtime and he loves being outside and looking at the trees and the sky.”

Munn concluded her sweet post, “I love you so much Malcolm Hiệp. Happy 6 months being earthside with us. You lit up our whole world.” Fans showered love in the adorable post’s comments. Meanwhile, previously, a source told People that the Newsroom alum and Mulaney welcomed Malcolm on Nov. 24, 2021. The pair first introduced Malcolm to the world on Christmas Eve, with adorable photos of him inside a cosy blanket while sleeping.

Munn captioned her post. Wrote Mulaney alongside his own snap, “My Golden Ox baby. Malcolm Hiệp Mulaney. Happy Holidays. Meet Malcolm Hiệp Mulaney. He has his whole life ahead of him. He hasn’t even tried seltzer yet. I’m very in love with him and his whole deal. Happy Holidays.” John Mulaney revealed he and Munn were expecting their first child in September 2021 and welcomed Malcolm in November 2021.

However, Olivia Munn always shows adorable moments with her son on Instagram. On Mother’s day, she shared a note for the struggling moms out there. Taking to Instagram, the actress noted, “Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there, but especially to the moms who are struggling with postpartum depression/anxiety, still wearing their maternity clothes because you’ve realized that the snapback is bullshit and so unreal, and feel insecure as they scroll through Insta today realizing they don’t have the energy, creativity or brainpower to post a beautiful pic of motherhood.”

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