By Sherry Huang

We dare your heart not to melt when you look at this cute photo of Kristin Cavallari's son!

Cavallari and husband, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, welcomed their sweet babe back in early May. Jaxon Wyatt is their second child (and son) after 1-year-old Camden Jack. The budding designer and former reality TV star revealed the first photo of Jaxon on her self-named app, along with another photo of big brother Camden at the zoo.

She captioned the photos with the message, "The end of June through the end of July is my favorite time of the year, because Jay isn't working and we use those 4 weeks to relax and spend as much time together as possible before he takes off for training camp and the football season begins. This year we took Camden to the zoo for the first time, I cooked up a storm, we had family in and out, and most importantly we adjusted to now being a family of 4 with baby Jax. Speaking of Jax, here is my precious little peanut..."

Go ahead and say, "Awww..."!

Image: Originally featured on Kristin Cavalleri's app

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Comments (2)

G66415
December 28, 2018
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Anonymous
December 3, 2018
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