The 38-year-old took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a couple of silhouetted black and white photos, showing off her growing baby bump. In the shots by Abbey Drucker, Baldwin poses in her underwear in front of a white backdrop. In the first shot, the yoga instructor and entrepreneur placed her hands on her lower back to show off her belly, while she wraps both hands around her bump in the second snap.
"Seventh baby," wrote Baldwin, who's set to welcome the child with her husband, Alec Baldwin, in the coming months. "When people ask or comment, we often go to silly and very self-deprecating jokes on my part. I love to laugh at myself — so it’s all good...keeps me sane. All jokes aside, however, I am grateful for this experience. I know too well the joys and the losses, the beauty and the heartache, that motherhood brings."
"I have learned to respect and embrace the wonderful, the hard, the uncomfortable, the magical and the unknown of this incredible process I am so blessed to experience again and again," Baldwin wrapped in her caption.
While Baldwin limited who could comment on her post, fans and fellow celebrities shared their joy over the photos and appreciation for her word, including a special loved one.
"You are a very special person and my hope is that your children are as special as you," Alec wrote on his wife's post.
"Beautiful inside and out," one fan shared.
"To know you're beautiful inside and out, hearing you share so eloquently of yourself is a gift and inspiration," another chimed in. "It fills me up to share in your gratitude, not to mention how this silhouette is everything."
Other fans shared their own personal experiences with motherhood.
"Enjoy the blessing. I wanted to have six children. I was blessed to have two before I had cervical cancer," someone revealed. "If you truly love children then you should have as many as you can provide for. We bring them into this world on a promise to love, nurture and get them ready to live a good, kind life. We can never have enough kind people on this planet."
While pregnancy isn't the easiest journey, Baldwin hasn't let carrying a baby stop her from moving her body.
Earlier this month, the author and podcaster shared a video of herself using an unusual method to relieve some back pain.
"Taking some pressure off my tailbone...put the kids to bed in the middle of this video (when the light changes...cut it together)," she explained in a post made on Aug. 20. "I do short little headstands. Just enough to relieve my back."