“Me and my little buddy shopping for baby stuff at #buybuybaby #babies #family,” the Backstreet Boys star, 36, captioned the image.
Last month, the proud papa posted a photo with his baby boy watching football.
And in August, the Larger Than Life hitmaker shared a shot with his tot.
“Trying to get back into #boyband shape with my little buddy for our next #backstreetboys album and tour. Pushing a stroller is crazy cardio lol. #babies #baby #fitness,” Carter captioned the image with his son in the stroller.
The Grey’s Anatomy actress, 32, is expecting her first child in spring 2017, she announced via Instagram Wednesday.
“I am SO excited to FINALLY share with you all news that ive managed to keep secret for what seems like forever now… I am pregnant!!!!!! This girl gets to be a “cool mom” ha! We are beyond happy ❤️❤️❤️❤️ and i cannot wait to bring you all on this journey with me!!!! Ill be posting progress pics as the weeks go on but for now i figured id post this pumpkin because come spring ill have a belly that size . So much love to you all ❤️ And nods of respect to the few of you who guessed right in the past few months- yes I saw your comments on that ellen/me video !! Love, Camilla xxxx,” the actress captioned the image with a decorated pumpkin that read, “Baby arriving Spring 2017.”
The Californication alum – who plays Dr. Jo Wilson on Grey’s Anatomy – remained mum on the baby’s father.
“Boys night at the Kings,” the soccer star, 41, captioned the image with his sons at the hockey game.
David raises his sons and 5-year-old daughter Harper with wife, fashion designer Victoria Beckham.
The former Spice Girl recently opened up about their tight-knit family.
“Family will always come first. I want to be the best mother and best wife I can be,” Victoria recently said. “I rarely go out … when I’m not working, we socialize as a family. David and I are very, very present as parents and I think that’s the most important thing. We both work but we have a great relationship with all our children.”
She added: “My four children and David are my first priority. When there’s a play on or a parent/teacher meeting, I’m there. David and I are rarely away at the same time. We do the homework, the bath time and the bedtime. Every day we take Harper to school. She gets her scooter out of the boot, scoots inside, and turns around to wave me goodbye. Paying someone to do those things for you to make your life easier isn’t wrong, but they’re important to me.”