'Bachelor' Star Melissa Rycroft Shares Adorable Pic of Newborn Son With Big Sis (PHOTO)

Melissa RycroftWe learned that Bachelor alum Melissa Rycroft welcomed her second child with hubby Tye Strickland on Easter Sunday, but now we're finally getting a peek at the little guy!

The reality star (in addition to her Bachelor fame, she also appeared on Dancing With the Stars before becoming pregnant with her son) Instagrammed the sweetest picture of her 2-and-a-half-year-old daughter Ava holding her newborn son Beckett Thomas -- with dad's help of course, because really, this photo can't get any cuter.

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Oh my gosh, do you just die from the adorableness? Between the yellow bow and the baby burrito and Tye lovingly helping Ava hold Beckett by cradling his wobbly little baby head, I almost don't even care that we can barely see his face! It's just a glimpse, but it's enough to satisfy my baby fever tonight.

The new mom-of-two captioned the photo, "The start of a new, lifelong relationship," which must mean that Ava's gotten a little more used to the whole idea of being a big sister.

The star shared last year that Ava Grace was not excited by the prospect of welcoming a new little sibling. "She's so spoiled. She doesn't want to share it," she said. It looks like that's water under the bridge now, and big sister is ready to start tormenting loving on her little brother.

Melissa told Us Weekly, "He's perfect and beautiful ... Ava can't wait for us to bring him home to be able to show us all of the big sister duties she's been practicing."

Awwww! And all our hearts were warmed.

Were your older kids excited to welcome a new baby home?

 

Images via Melissa Rycroft/Instagram

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