Jared Haibon Praises Pregnant Wife Ashley During 'Rough' First Trimester: 'She's a Strong Woman'
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Days after Ashley Iaconetti Haibon shared the exciting news that she is pregnant, her husband, Jared Haibon, took to Instagram on Sunday to praise her for navigating a “rough” first trimester.
“Now that you know Ashley is pregnant, I can start posting all the fantastic photos I’ve taken of Ashley over the past month while she’s been sick. Let me tell you, I have some good stuff to show you,” Jared began in his caption, accompanied by a photo of the couple smiling at a Red Sox baseball game.
“But first, I want to show you a picture of Ashley right after we found out she was pregnant and tell you how much I appreciate this woman,” the dad-to-be continued. “Even though it’s been a rough first trimester so far, she is as beautiful today as she was in this picture. Ashley has been a trooper and I love her so much.”
Jared went on to describe Ashley’s recent symptoms. “Last night, she threw up five times throughout the night. It’s been a very sick month for her,” he noted. “I feel terrible because there’s not much I can do except the occasional runs to the store for chocolate cake or to 7/11 for Slurpees.”
Jared concluded, “I love her very much, she’s a strong woman and I know Ashley is going to be an incredible mother.”
Last week, Ashley — who wed Jared in August 2019 after falling in love across multiple seasons of “Bachelor in Paradise” — shared more pregnancy details and revealed her baby’s due date.
“Baby Haibon is due Feb 10th!” she wrote via Instagram. “We are very excited for that day to come! It’s so cool to think I’m creating a human that’s half me and half Jared! I won’t lie though, pregnancy has not been a delight for me.”
The franchise star also opened up about the “relentless” nausea she’s been experiencing while pregnant.
“I throw up multiple times most days,” she wrote. “I knew the first trimester wasn’t easy for most, but I didn’t imagine my life to come to a standstill feeling like I have an extreme hangover for five weeks and counting.”