‘DWTS’ Pro Val Chmerkovskiy Honors His First Son Rome with New Tattoo
Paying tribute to his rainbow baby with Jenna Johnson, Val Chmerkovskiy has recently gotten himself inked. Evidently, the Dancing With The Stars real-life couple has been savoring every moment as parents to their three-month-old son Rome.
Val Chmerkovskiy Reveals New Tattoo
In an Instagram post uploaded on April 6, Johnson shared a series of snaps and videos recapping what life has been lately for their little family. Interestingly, the eighth photo in the slideshow was clip showing Chmerkovskiy’s quick tattoo session.
Looking closer, Chmerkovskiy’s new tattoo displays Rome’s birthdate, written in Roman numerals. For those who may not know, the couple welcomed their first son on January 10, 2023.
In the same post, Johnson shared a cute solo photo of Rome, a random mirror pic selfie of hair happy family, and another mirror pic where she shows off the leaking milk off her breasts. The slideshow also included a video of her first time dancing since she gave birth.
Johnson also uploaded a series of pictures on Instagram back in February, one which she calls as “Rome recap.” There, she revealed some of Rome’s adorable moments, including their baby’s bonding with some of his DWTS uncles and aunties.
They Mark First Easter Celebration with Rome
Last Sunday, the Chmerkovskiy family celebrated their first ever Easter Sunday as a family of three. Johnson organized the simple holiday event by inviting a “introverted bunny” mascot for Rome’s entertainment. On Instagram, Val took the time to honor his wife who was responsible for their son’s memorable first Easter.
“Shoutout to my wife for organizing such a beautiful day for us,” Chmerkovskiy wrote. “Hope everyone had a beautiful week celebrating with family. Also, the bunny had a really introverted disposition which was chill I guess.”
Back in late March, Johnson reflected on her motherhood journey, particularly the painful process of her infertility and pregnancy loss. According to the DWTS pro, their experience in trying to conceive was “unexpected, exciting, devastating, and not how we planned.” Be that as it may, Johnson stands that the entire process has made Rome’s arrival even more meaningful.