Set to a rendition of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” Erika took to Instagram on Friday and shared a video in which she displays that she and Cody’s little one, Frank, will quickly be a huge brother.
“Celebrating 1 12 months of #FRankieFriday’s in a BIG (brother) way. 🤍 ,” Erika started her post. “Thank you so plenty for all of the love and prayers. It has supposed the world. Baby Gifford #2 coming this wintry weather ❄️ 💝🙏💘💙 Gifford, birthday celebration of 4!!! #2under2.”
She added, “✨ Please begin sending me names that begin with the relaxation of the days of the week 😂💕💙.”
It used to be Gifford who introduced again in December 2021 that Cody and Erika had been awaiting their first infant together. At the time, Gifford posted a candy video of the information and captioned the post, in part, “I am over a blue or red moon!!!”
Cody and Erika tied the knot in September 2020 after seven years of dating. Gifford’s 29-year-old daughter, Cassidy, married Ben Wierda in June 2020. Two years later, Gifford referred to as into Today With Hoda & Jenna to talk about her position as a grandmother and her response to her grandson being named Frank, in honor of her late husband who died in 2015.
“I used to be amazed Cody named him after his dad due to the fact Cody knew what it used to be like to develop up in the shadow of a wonderful man,” she said. “But I wager he is by no means gotten over, really, and he in no way will, the loss of his dad at an early age and he used to be his hero and he nonetheless is.”
In April 2022, Gifford spoke to ET about what it is like turning into a grandmother late in life.
“You comprehend what, I’m no longer excited for me, weirdly. I’m so excited for my son and his wife, and for my daughter, who’s gonna be an aunt,” Gifford said. “I’m simply type of observing it all. And I’m going to get excited the day that child is put into my arms. I do not be aware of if it is a boy or a female — they do not be aware of and they do not choose to, they’re doing it the old school way.”
Gifford had before advised ET she had hoped her future grandkid would name her Glamma, which is a time period her daughter-in-law had referenced in the remarks part of the video Gifford posted to announce the infant news. Well, now Gifford is going with every other time period of endearment.
“I have a expensive pal whose mom is from Israel and she speaks Yiddish, so I requested her one day, ‘What’s the title for a Jewish grandmother in Yiddish?’ and she goes, ‘Well, it comes from the phrase Bubbeh, which capacity my darling.’ It’s a [term of] endearment, so she stated it is Bubbeh.”