Alanis Morissette has shared a photo of her new baby on Instagram. Fans of the singer are as excited for the baby as they are for new music yet to be released. Morissette is quite open about her personal life online, so her fans oughta know that they’ll be seeing more of the new baby boy on her Instagram.
The artist first shared the happy news on March 25th, when she posted a black-and-white photo of herself recording music. Clearly depicted in the photo is her baby bump, and she captioned the photo with “so much NEWness…” The post got over 70,000 likes from eager fans, and many were excited to know more about him.
Today, Morissette posted another black-and-white photo, but this time it was of her new baby boy. She and her husband, Mario Treadway, welcomed their third child on August 8th. They named him Winter Mercy Morissette-Treadway. Their eight-year-old son, Ever Imre, and their three-year-old daughter, Onyx Solace, also excitedly welcomed their new brother home.
Other than sharing happy updates of her family online, Morissette has also been quite vocal about her mental health experiences. In 2017, she opened up about her struggles with postpartum depression. She admitted that she never could have imagined that this would be part of her journey as a new parent. The singer recounted days when she felt so down that she couldn’t move, and this scared her a lot. She encourages women to talk about it more so that the stigma surrounding it can be removed. The first step to recovery is admitting you need help, and this can’t be done if there’s societal pressures surrounding the conversation.
In other exciting news, Morissette has announced that she is working on new music. With the arrival of her new baby boy, it could be that production will be put on hold for a little bit. However, fans will still eagerly wait for her new album. Her world-renowned album, Jagged Little Pill, is also being turned into a Broadway Musical, and fans can catch the show this fall. With so much good news coming from the singer, it’s hard not to be head over feet excited for her.