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Kelly Kruger Opens up About How Her Baby Girl Has Changed Her Life


It’s been just one month since Kelly Kruger (ex-Mac, THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS) and Darin Brooks (Wyatt, THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL) welcomed their baby girl Everleigh into the world, and their lives have been forever altered by their family’s new addition. “Being a mother has changed me in ways I never could have imagined,” Kruger shared on Instagram. “I can’t believe it’s been a month already! This is truly the greatest gift.

“My goal is to soak up every second because I see how quickly it goes by,” she continued. “This has been the biggest life change, obviously, and you don’t have much time for yourself anymore, but it really makes you spend your time and energy wisely. The things that seemed like a big deal before become so small. What an incredible journey.”

Kelly Kruger daughter Everleigh

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Brooks also shared a photo on his daughter’s one-month birthday, although technically, he wasn’t the one who took it, since it’s of Everleigh sleeping in his arms! “Babe’s tired,” he joked. “I don’t think she looks like me at all. What do you all think?” Honestly, it’s hard to tell here because Everleigh is all squished and cozy in daddy’s arms, but from Kruger’s pic, there’s definitely a resemblance!

Darin Brooks daughter Everleigh

(Photo Credit: Instagram)

Everleigh is absolutely beautiful, and we can’t wait to see even more photos of her as she continues to grow up! For more on your favorite B&B and Y&R stars, keep reading the CBS edition of Soaps In Depth magazine.

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