Chrissy Teigen shares photos of all four of her children’s births on Father’s Day

Chrissy Teigen shares photos of all four of her children’s births on Father’s Day

Chrissy Teigen honors John Legend on Father’s Day as they celebrate the holiday with all four of their children.

In an Instagram post on Sunday, June 16, the Sports illustrated swimsuit model, 38, highlighted her musician husband, 45, by sharing photos of him at the birth of all four children: Luna Simone, 8, Miles Theodore, 6, Esti Maxine, 17 months, and Wren Alexander, 11 months.

The mother of four captioned the carousel with a pun, writing: “happy fourth day Johnny! I would have put more but I’m really proud of that as a caption and also you’re right next to me 🤍.”

Teigen also made sure to clarify who’s who in the photo gallery, posting a comment on her post that read: “1 – mile, 2 – luna, 3 – esti, 4 – wren (only photo, I’m not sky high to the moon).”

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Although the proud mom herself enjoys social media, she recently revealed that she isn’t ready to let her kids join in anytime soon.

During Aura’s first Digital Parenthood Summit on Tuesday, June 4, Teigen sat down with DreamWorks founder Jeffrey Katzenberg to discuss what it’s like raising children in the world of social media.

The mother of four said that when it comes to iPad use, “There is a tight schedule. Maybe an hour on the weekend” for her children.

What scares Teigen most about iPad time is the sheer amount of inappropriate ads her kids see while watching YouTube videos.

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend.

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“Who am I going to call (to complain)?” she asked. “It makes me feel very uncomfortable.”

She added that there should “absolutely” be regulation of the ads children see on the site.

The model said she would ideally have her children join social media “after high school,” noting that this would be her “absolute dream.”

“Unless there are more rules and regulations in place, I would prefer that these not be posted on social media,” she added. “I want them to be safe and happy and flourish as children.”