Kara Keough Bosworth announces she gave birth to baby Vaughn Mack last week

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Kara Keough Bosworth announces she gave birth to baby Vaughn Mack last week



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Kara Keough Bosworth revealed this weekend that she gave birth to her new baby, Vaughn, on March 31.

The 32-year-old, whose mother is former real-life housewife Jeana Keough, tragically endured the death of her newborn son McCoy a year ago.

But now she and her husband Kyle Bosworth have given birth to a new bouncy baby, she revealed on Instagram on Saturday.

Along with a baby Vaughn photo album, she wrote a touching caption about the eventful year she just had.

“The day McCoy was born, I started to write a story. Our history. I usually don’t like to spoil the ending, but in this case the ending is a new beginning, ”she wrote.

Kara, who has a five-year-old daughter named Decker, announced, “Introducing Decker and McCoy’s little brother: Vaughn Mack Bosworth. “

She added, “Measuring 20.5 inches and weighing 7 pounds 6 ounces of heavenly sweetness. Born 3.31.21 in room 11, 6 days before what should have been his big brother’s 1st birthday. Its name means “small / small” and “hope”.

Rebirth: Kara announced she has third child in a bittersweet Easter Instagram a year after losing newborn son McCoy

Kara noted, “It’s not lost on us that if we hadn’t lost Mack, we would never know Vaughn. And yet, here it is, an unexpected coincidence. A little hope.

Kara actually announced that she was having a third child via an Easter Sunday Instagram celebrating both ‘new life’ and ‘sacrifice’.

Only a week later, she revealed that she had actually given birth four days before Easter on Wednesday, March 31.

Kara’s snaps showed her daughter Decker crouching next to three Easter baskets – one for her, one for McCoy, and one without a name – in front of a garden stake saying, “McCoy is a big brother! Growing this spring!

New Life: Kara's snaps showed her daughter Decker crouching next to three Easter baskets - one for her, one for McCoy and one with no name

New Life: Kara's snaps showed her daughter Decker crouching next to three Easter baskets - one for her, one for McCoy and one with no name

New Life: Kara’s snaps showed her daughter Decker crouching next to three Easter baskets – one for her, one for McCoy and one with no name

RHOC’s daughter Jeana Keough tragically lost her son McCoy six days after her home birth in April 2020.

“For Christians, for Jews and for me, this time is a reminder of the death of the firstborn sons. Sacrifice. Pain. Mourning. Pain.

“Why is this night different from other nights?” The last Easter was the worst night of my life. We held our firstborn son in our arms as he took his last breaths. We spent time in hell watching your child die.

“This Easter is definitely better. Despite this miserable Easter night, I cannot ignore that this day also represents rebirth. A renewed hope.

Tragedy: RHOC's daughter Jeana Keough lost son McCoy six days after giving birth to him by home birth in 2020

Tragedy: RHOC's daughter Jeana Keough lost son McCoy six days after giving birth to him by home birth in 2020

Tragedy: RHOC’s daughter Jeana Keough lost son McCoy six days after giving birth to him by home birth in 2020

“It is said that the word ‘Easter’ is derived from the goddess Eostre. Eostre, the goddess of fertility, symbolizes the birth of new life and the dawn of spring.

“And so it is with us. A new life, the dawn of something beautiful and healing. Literally rising from the ground.

“We miss you, Mack-a-doodle. Thank you for sending us this sacred gift. You are a big brother! Tell Grandpa I said he was right. He will know what I mean.

Hope: Family lost McCoy to childbirth complications as baby spends days after birth with 'shoulder dystocia and compressed umbilical cord'

Hope: Family lost McCoy to childbirth complications as baby spends days after birth with 'shoulder dystocia and compressed umbilical cord'

Hope: Family lost McCoy to childbirth complications as baby spends days after birth with “shoulder dystocia and compressed umbilical cord”

The basket that represents her upcoming new addition featured a rainbow, as she alluded to the child being her “rainbow baby,” a term for a child born into a family that has lost a child to a miscarriage in the past. , stillbirth or death in infancy.

Kara shared very vulnerable shots of her late son McCoy after his death from “shoulder dystocia and a compressed umbilical cord.”

In her religious message from last April, she reflected on the loss and wrote that the child was in a “better place.”

“May his legacy shine in the form of abundant lives – lives filled with laughter, compassion, energy, love and most of all gratitude.

Legacy: Since the loss, she has continued to keep her memory alive through photos and a 'garden of life' in her backyard

Legacy: Since the loss, she has continued to keep her memory alive through photos and a 'garden of life' in her backyard

Legacy: Since the loss, she has continued to keep her memory alive through photos and a ‘garden of life’ in her backyard

“You could say that McCoy Casey Bosworth left this world in a better place, for a better place… that he had an impact… that he was a prayer answered… that he was a hero. May the angels lead him.

Since the loss, she has continued to keep her memory alive through photos and a garden in their backyard named after him called “McCoy Casey’s Garden of Life”.

She also had a tattoo of an “M” on her arm with her ashes in ink. “He can stay in my arms forever this way, where he last rested,” she wrote a month after his death.

After the loss, she and her husband joined a support group for bereaved parents, and she also wrote a touching essay for Good Morning America on what it means to lose a child.

Remembrance: She also had a tattoo of an

Remembrance: She also had a tattoo of an

Memory: She also had a tattoo of an “M” on her arm with her ashes in ink. “He can stay in my arms forever this way, where he last rested,” she wrote a month after his death.

“We blame ourselves, not because we have done something to harm our children, but because we are their mothers, and protecting them is our most sacred duty,” she wrote, adding to the time that his grief fluctuates daily.

Speaking of the support she received from her grief group, she shared that she felt lucky to have other people who understood her pain.

“Every day, every minute, another mother joins us in this club. It’s a club that no one wants to be a part of, but the love and compassion within it is unlike any other. The instant bond that ignites between two women when we sit together in this pain is almost spiritual.

Although she announced over Easter that she and her seven-year-old husband Kyle Bosworth are now expecting, she has not revealed how pregnant she is.

Support System: After the loss, she and her husband joined a support group for bereaved parents, and she also wrote a touching essay for Good Morning America on what it means to lose a child.

Support System: After the loss, she and her husband joined a support group for bereaved parents, and she also wrote a touching essay for Good Morning America on what it means to lose a child.

Support System: After the loss, she and her husband joined a support group for bereaved parents, and she also wrote a touching essay for Good Morning America on what it means to lose a child.

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