Jillian Barberie Reynolds Welcomes Son Rocco Rio!

Jillian Barberie Reynolds Welcomes Son Rocco Rio!

It’s a boy for Jillian Barberie Reynolds!

The Good Day LA co-host welcomed son Rocco Rio Reynolds via c-section at 8:02 a.m. Monday (January 11) in Los Angeles, Calif. Rocco weighed in at 7 lbs., 8 oz and was 20 ½ inches in length.

We’re doin’ great,” Jillian Tweeted after delivering her son. “He’s so beautiful — good cry already! Drugs kickin in.”

Rocco is the second child for Jillian, 43, and husband Grant Reynolds. The couple are already parents to daughter Ruby Raven, 2 ½.

Congratulations to the Reynolds family!

Filed under: Births,Jillian Barberie

Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

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    She seems to like that double R theme…

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    Do they realize they are naming children and not pets?

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    Just because the names arent your personal style, doesnt mean they’re “pet names.”

    I personally love Rio, Ruby and Raven. In fact, Rio and Ruby are two of my favorites.

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