As Porsha Williams continues to adjust to life as a single mom, the star recently took a few special photos with 3-month-old Pilar Jhena’. “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star planned to have a lively series of professional pics snapped on a Florida beach. But she explained things didn’t exactly go the way she initially wanted them to.
“Sleeping beautyI originally planned on Pj being awake for all of these shots laughing and playing on the beach,” the star shared on Instagram June 26. “However, I forgot that she normally falls asleep to ocean sounds so as soon as we hit the beach and she heard the real deal she was out like a light Honestly her sleeping and the peaceful energy ended up being absolutely perfect @pilarjhena #ThankYouLord.”
The moment was one that was relatable to many fans who also said the noise lulls them to sleep.
“Calming and soothing WHO WOULDN’T!! ”
“Aye, like a light ”
“We play the ocean sounds for both my grand babies and they sleep so peacefully.”
“I falls asleep to ocean sounds too so relaxing.”
Williams could relate to the last comment as she replied, “me too, I often fall asleep tryna put her to sleep.”
As in a photo before, fans also raved about how Williams is easing into getting her body back into pre-baby shape.
“Body naturally SNAPPING back with EASE.”
“I LOVE how it appears as if you actually ENJOYED your new baby and didn’t go right under the knife upon pushing her out!!!! You look AMAZING!!!! Congratulations! She’s sooo beautiful just like her mommy!!.”
“Your body is amazing Bounceback on em ”
The compliments pouring out for Williams come at a time when she’s moving past the end of her engagement to PJ’s father, Dennis McKinley.
The pair was plagued by rumors late in May that McKinley was unfaithful, and two weeks ago it was reported that the couple called off their planned New Year’s Eve wedding. In the several days since then, Williams has made it clear that she’s focusing on her work and her baby. She ended her maternity leave this week and was back on “Dish Nation” Monday with Pilar in tow.