Better get used to being fawned over, Luna!
"Cravings" author Chrissy Teigen and her husband John Legend recently invited a slew of guests over to meet their 2-week-old daughter, Luna Simone Stephens -- and, of course, to nosh on some delicious food in good company.
Among the visitors was Chrissy's mom, Vilailuck Teigen, who posted pics from the get-together this week on Instagram.
Chrissy rocks a pair of tiny jean shorts and an off-the-shoulder top in the pics, which pretty much prove she could jump back on the beach for another Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue shoot any time she likes. Instead, the 30-year-old new mom seems to be enjoying the down time with her friends and family.
When the crew of pals -- including a former stylist from Chrissy's show "FABLife" -- was done cozying up to little Luna, they all sat down together for a family-style meal.
"The life!! Having a crab boil at the casa!" Chrissy wrote on her own Instagram page, sharing a close-up pic of the crabs, corn, slaw and other goodies that filled the table. She added a "thank you" shout-out to Los Angeles-based personal and catering chef Dante Cardone.
In another pic posted by her mom, Chrissy looks relaxed and content as she and John share a sweet mommy and daddy moment together.
So far, the shares seem to be garnering only love and well wishes -- a dramatic departure from the last time Chrissy and John's pics appeared in the news.
Nine days after the couple welcomed their little girl, the pair stepped out together for a bite at The Nice Guy in Los Angeles -- their first public outing together since Luna's arrival.
The next morning, Chrissy woke up to an unexpected storm of nasty comments on her social media.
"I went to dinner. People are pissed. Good morning!" she tweeted in response.
Followers had criticized her for leaving her daughter at home so soon after her birth, which she blew off like a champ. But it wasn't the first time Chrissy encountered haters since she announced she was pregnant.
When she revealed she'd taken advantage of the opportunity afforded by using IVF to choose her baby's gender, she found herself battling more online criticism from those who felt she shouldn't have been pro-active in the process.
Again, she defended herself with the kind of confident humor we've come to love Chrissy for.
"My natural blessing from god was infertility," she tweeted at the time.
"What year is this!? And for the record, I am always happy and open to speak on infertility. The more casual, the better! I don't mind," she wrote in another tweet.
And finally: "I also picked the embryo with a taste for bacon, a knack for magic and size 7 feet so she can always find shoes."
Never change, mama.
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