Jenna Johnson is proud of her family of three!
The "Dancing With the Stars" pro shared a carousel of photos on Instagram Wednesday, updating fans on her "life lately" and including a sweet photo of her baby boy Rome, whom she shares with husband Val Chmerkovskiy.
The first photo in the post features a cute shot of Rome resting on a pillow while staring directly into the camera. In the caption, Johnson, 28, refers to her son as "Rolly Polly Olly."
In another snapshot, Johnson can be seen taking a mirror selfie with Chmerkovskiy, 37, and their newborn. The couple flashes huge smiles in the photo, in which Chmerkovskiy is seen cradling Rome in his arms.
"My everything," Johnson captioned the shot.
The fifth picture in the post shows Johnson holding Rome on what she calls "blessing day," while planting a kiss on his forehead.
Johnson also posted a clip of Chmerkovskiy getting a tattoo of what appears to be their son's birth date, Jan. 10, 2023.
The couple welcomed Rome in January. Speaking to "Good Morning America" last month, Johnson -- who experienced a miscarriage in 2021 -- and Chmerkovskiy opened up about the experience, saying that Rome is their rainbow baby.
"We were in Dallas for a show, and while we were practicing, we did something, and I just turned to him. I'm like, 'Oh, I'm -- I think I'm bleeding,'" Johnson recalled.
"And immediately my heart just dropped. I could see in his face just went like, white," Johnson said. "And I sprinted to our hotel room, and I lost the baby in our hotel room."
Johnson who kept her pregnancy a secret, said when she miscarried, she felt isolated and alone.
"No one knew that we were pregnant," she said. "And we were so excited. I was so, so sad. I was hurting so much."
Johnson said that the news affected her relationship with dancing, and she said that she didn't want to dance for a while because she was "so angry." But she said it turned out to be a way for her to escape.
Chmerkovskiy and Johnson announced that they were expecting again in an Instagram post last July. In her caption, Johnson called it "our biggest dream come true yet."