PHOTO: Justin Timberlake's baby Silas makes his Instagram debut
Justin Timberlake's son, Silas, made his debut in this adorable photo Timberlake posted on his Instagram account. The little tot hams it up for the camera as radiant new mom Jessica Biel cuddles her newborn son.
The Timberbaby is just as adorable as we imagined. Justin Timberlake shared the first photo of his son, Silas Randall Timberlake, on his Instagram page — just one week after he and Biel announced the birth of the couple's first son.
The cute little tot is wearing a Memphis Grizzlies tee, while new mom Jessica, 33, looks gorgeous wearing a baseball cap and no makeup.
Let's briefly pause on that note: She is a new mom wearing no makeup and looks gorgeous. I'm going to tell myself that is an Instagram filter I need to start using immediately.
The private couple waited until Biel was rather far along in her pregnancy before announcing the news, so it is somewhat surprising that Timberlake has posted a photo of Silas already — but we are so happy he did.
"The Timberlakes are ready!!! GO GRIZZ! #GritNGrind#Playoffs #BabyGrizzROAR," he captioned the photo.
Silas must have brought the Grizzlies luck, as they defeated the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round of the playoffs last night.
"Justin is so excited, he doesn't know what to do with himself!" a source told Us Weekly.
The Timberlakes' baby name choice has family connections, as Silas is the middle name of his grandfather who died three years ago, while Randall is his father's name and his own middle name.
Even though Timberlake couldn't wait to show off his son, the couple is reportedly planning to raise Silas out of the spotlight and in Montana.
"Jessica sees herself as a mom of boys, so it worked out perfectly," the source revealed.
Timberlake is also jumping headfirst into fatherhood — and that includes diaper changes. During his IHeartRadio acceptance speech recently, he sounded like one proud papa.
"I want to thank my best friend, my favorite collaborator, my wife Jessica at home. Honey I can't wait to see our greatest creation yet," he told the crowd shortly before Silas was born. "Don't worry. Daddy's heading home right now to innovate by learning how to change a poopy diaper and get my swaddle on."