Ivanka Trump has shared a video of her third child Theodore learning to crawl for the first time in the White House!
In the sweet video, the daughter of President Trump notices that little Theodore, who she welcomed last March, was about to crawl for the first time. Adorably calling him "my monkey", Ivanka sat with the baby boy asking him: "You want to do it? You ready? I think he's ready!" She then asked her daughter five-year-old Arabella to help out, saying: "Arabella do you want to help? Encourage him!" Little Arabella then thumped on the floor to encourage the laughing baby boy, who began to crawl towards her. The businesswoman's followers were quick to praise the sweet video, with one writing: "What a beautiful moment to watch. Thank you for sharing." Another added: "You're a wonderful hands on mum!! All mums are rockstars! We deserve so many accolades!"
It has been a month of firsts for Ivanka, who supported her father Donald as he was sworn in as President of the United States on January 20. The mother-of-three joined in on the celebrations, and danced with the rest of her family at the inaugural ball while dazzling in a stunning Carolina Herrera gown. She also shared behind-the-scenes snaps of the weekend with her Instagram followers. The 35-year-old has previously opened up how was wants to be a hands on mother to her children. She said: "I worried too much the first time around how I would handle everything. Now I know how fast these early days go by, and I want to enjoy every second. I love it."