Something Navy Blogger Arielle Charnas Welcomes Third Baby Girl with Husband Brandon
Arielle Charnas is a mom of three.
The Something Navy founder welcomed her third baby, daughter Navy Bea Charnas, with husband Brandon Charnas on Tuesday, June 1, she shared on her Instagram. Arielle is also mom to daughters Esme Rae, 3 this month, and Ruby Lou, 5.
To reveal the exciting news, the fashion mogul first posted a short video of her breastfeeding her baby girl in her hospital bed. She also shared a picture of Brandon's arm inked with a small footprint from the newborn as well as a shot of the couple embracing.
The blogger later revealed her baby's name in an Instagram post which featured Arielle cradling the newborn.
Arielle confirmed in a Dec. 1 Instagram post that she was pregnant, six months after she revealed she had suffered an ectopic pregnancy. "And then there were three," she captioned a silhouette shot showing off her baby bump at the time, adding the hashtag #rainbowbaby.
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Arielle first shared her ectopic pregnancy on her Instagram Story last June, revealing that she suffered a miscarriage that landed her in the hospital.
"I went through something a couple weeks ago that I didn't share," she said at the time. "And it keeps coming up whenever I get comments — all I think about is what I went through and I wish I could talk to some of you about it, so I'm just going to tell you what happened: I was pregnant. I was expecting my third baby and things just went wrong and I ended up losing the pregnancy."
"It's been a really difficult time for me. Especially after having two healthy pregnancies, this really just came out of nowhere and was the worst experience I've ever been through," continued the fashion/lifestyle influencer. "I'm definitely going through an emotional roller coaster, but I truly believe in everything happening for a reason. I was in the hospital. That's why I was away from the kids for a week. But I'm okay. I'm grateful because I'm okay, I'm healthy, I have my two babies. And this just wasn't meant to be."
"To clarify, when I say I was in the hospital, it wasn't just a regular miscarriage — it was an ectopic pregnancy — but I'm okay," Arielle said. "I'm ready to move forward."
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In a February blog post, Arielle said she was surprised how much of motherhood "comes naturally," adding that "patience is key" in her day-to-day life with her girls. Speaking on the experience of being a working mom, she said, "The biggest challenge and reward is knowing that I can do both, and showing my girls that women are capable of it all."
Arielle documented her pregnancy journey on Instagram leading up to her baby girl's arrival. In a February beach snapshot, she posed with her daughters, writing, "Hands full with my three girls and I wouldn't have it any other way (I'm waiting for the comment from my mom yelling at me for lifting Esme while I'm pregnant)."
Sharing a sweet photo of Esme and Ruby on April 7, the mom wrote on Instagram that it's "just them two for a little while longer."