Tamera Mowry-Housely and her husband, Adam Housley, posed with their new baby boy for a photo of the couple with their first child.
In an InTouch portrait, the "Tia & Tamera" star smiles lovingly at her newborn. Mowry-Housely's son, Aden John Tanner Housley, was born on Nov. 12, two weeks after his Oct. 30 due date.
"Adam and I feel very blessed to finally be holding our son," the first-time mom told Style Network. "He is a beautiful miracle, and our hearts are overflowing with love. Thank you to everyone for your love and support. It means so much to our family."
Adam, a Fox News correspondent, told InTouch that they are "so happy!"
"[Aden] is healthy, happy, strong, beautiful and our families are so excited to have another grandchild, cousin and nephew," he said.
The Style Network, which has aired "Tia & Tamera" since its debut in August 2011, posted a statement wishing the happy couple a congratulations on their new baby:
"On behalf of the Style family, we congratulate Tamera and Adam on the arrival of Aden John Tanner Housley. Along with fans at home, we have followed their first year of marriage-from their beautiful wedding last May to this journey to bring their first child into the world. Now, a wonderful new chapter begins for Tamera and Adam."
It was reported on Nov. 14 that the couple had welcomed a baby boy.
The reality star gave birth to Aden at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, Calif. Aden weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces and measured 21.5 inches.
"Both mommy and baby are healthy and her whole family is thrilled," Mowry--Housley's rep told the magazine. "He is a big strong kid and he and mom are resting well with dad alongside."
Style Network ran photos of baby Aden's nursery before his arrival into the world. The Housleys hired interior designer-to-the-stars Shalena Smith of Gaga Designs to add style and flair to the baby's room. Smith came up with a chic vintage Americana-theme for the nursery in their home in Napa.
The color palette of the nursery included creams, caramels with pops of red and blue. The walls are adorned with cream-striped wallpaper accented with red stars and one of the highlights include a renovated vintage wooden chest that once belonged to Adam. There is also baby Aden's first initial hung on this wall.
"It's very subtle and clean-nothing is overdone," Smith said of her interior design. "I always title my nurseries. This one is called 'It's kind of fun to do the impossible,' which is a Walt Disney quote that both Tamera and Adam love.
"While interviewing Tamera, she said she wanted the room to be traditional, but not super 'baby boy,' " she added.
Smith added a San Francisco Giants cap and baby jersey on the wall. It is Adam's favorite team and a nod to his father who is a former professional baseball player.
The couple married after dating for almost six years. They wed on May 15, 2011 and Aden is the first child for both parents.