Ashley Graham’s twins are officially one!
The model celebrated twin boys Malachi and Roman’s special day over the weekend, sharing the scene on Saturday on Instagram.
Reflecting on her journey nursing her newborn twins in tandem, she wrote:
The mother of three, dressed in matching gray camouflage sweatsuits, a black winter coat and an orange hat, tucked the twins into a double stroller, ready for their big day. I caught a glimpse of how they were enjoying themselves.
Then the little boys sat in front of little birthday cakes with their first initials written on them and you could see their faces out of the frame sitting in high chairs. Roman’s cake had white frosting, while Malachi’s cake looked like chocolate.
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In addition to twins, Graham, 35, shares son Isaac Menelik Giovanni, 2, with husband Justin Ervin.
Graham shared an early scene from his family’s Thanksgiving Day on Instagram in November, capturing the moment his twin sons Malachi and Roman and brother Isaac Menelik Giovanni were playing together at the nursery.
The boys inspect a trash can full of toy cars and trucks, but no faces are shown in the photos. The twins wore shark-patterned pajamas, and Isaac wore a blue hoodie and light brown patterned pants.
Speaking to PEOPLE about her work with Bobby as a founding member of Bobby Motherboard and her historic new billboard showcasing the combo-feeding twins, which debuted in September, the supermodel’s mother said, It was an interesting journey of breastfeeding with…”
“I thought breastfeeding would be easy without thinking twice. I can’t get it,” she explained. “And sure enough, that’s exactly what happened. I had to figure out how to do it at the same time.”
Graham shared that he spent six months sincerely trying to tandem breastfeed his twins so that he checked in with himself “mentally and emotionally.”
“The first week was very hard,” she admitted. “It was trying to figure out how to do it. They latched. They unlatched. I didn’t understand positioning.”
After about a week of success, Graham said, “Suddenly I didn’t want to do it anymore and I felt defeated. I was like, what am I going to do with my baby?”
Graham said he had to have an “internal conversation with himself” to get through the tough times.
“I remember telling myself, ‘You don’t have to use the formula. Don’t worry. You haven’t failed as a parent.'”