Hilaria Baldwin cuddles up to her sleeping newborn in sweet new photo

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Just a few days after debuting her newborn son in a series of professional photos, Hilaria Baldwin is back on baby duty. On Monday, the 31-year-old took to Instagram to share a selfie giving followers a glimpse inside her everyday life – juggling caring for her two-week old son Rafael with writing her upcoming book.

"Gorgeous professional photos are treasures for walls and our memories, however welcome to our glamorous everyday reality…" she captioned the snapshot. "#HilariaWritesABook and Rafa won't let mommy put him down #MultitaskingMama… this is gonna be a slow typing day."

Hilaria shared a photo showing her "glamorous everyday reality" juggling work and motherhood



The picture shows Hilaria, dressed all in black, cuddling her tiny sleeping son, who looks adorable in a stripy top and soft jersey trousers.

Yoga instructor Hilaria and her husband Alec Baldwin welcomed their baby boy – Rafael Thomas Baldwin – on 16 June, shortly before their third wedding anniversary. The couple are also proud parents to 22-month-old daughter Carmen Gabriela.

Hilaria recently posted a series of sweet professional family photos



As well as sharing sweet family photographs on social media, Hilaria has been documenting her shrinking tummy following Rafa's arrival – using the hashtag 'ShrinkingBaldwinBabyBump' to track her changing shape.

Hilaria is wasting no time getting back on track. On Sunday – just a fortnight after giving birth – she showed off her trim figure while doing a headstand in a bikini on the edge of a swimming pool.

Two weeks after giving birth, Hilaria managed her first post baby headstand



"My first headstand post baby… the scariest part was neither the pool, nor the uneven rock, nor even my weakened core… it was the bees!!" she captioned the photo. "I'm happy to announce that my 22 month old and my 2 week old still have a mommy #ISurvived #ObviouslyBecauseImInstagramming #ShrinkingBaldwinBabyBump #hilariaypd."

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