The actress documented her 7-month-old daughter’s first aquarium trip on Monday.
Matilda, the daughter of Kaley Cuoco, is having a great time!
On Monday, the 37-year-old star of Big Bang Theory shared a sweet picture of her 7-month-old daughter seeing an aquarium for the first time.
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A happy Matilda, wearing a yellow bib, was spotted in an Instagram Stories post staring at a glass tank filled with water, where a penguin was swimming in her direction.
Cuoco wrote “Aquarium first timer ????” as the description for the endearing photo.
The actress furthermore shared a different picture on social media. It was a monochrome family portrait of her and her boyfriend Tom Pelphrey grinning while posing with their daughter, who was seated between them.
Cuoco captioned the photo with the hashtag “M & D,” referring to Pelphrey, 41, and herself as parents.
In a different picture of Matilda with a buddy holding her at the aquarium, Cuoco referred to her as “our angel.” A penguin stood on the other side of the glass, watching the 7-month-old with one hand on the glass.
In the last few days, Matilda has celebrated a couple of significant birthdays.
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Cuoco shared pictures of her 7-month-old daughter dressed up for her first Halloween last week. On Sunday, she shared a video of her daughter experiencing her first flight.
Cuoco had Matilda on her lap in the adorable photo as the young child had big headphones covering her ears.
Cuoco posted on her Instagram Stories, “When your baby is perfection on her first flight,”
The aquarium visit for Matilda comes after Cuoco told PEOPLE in October that her daughter had bonded with her four rescue canines, Ruby, Opal, King, and Blue.
Cuoco remarked, “Oh my God, she got thrown to the wolves literally,” at the moment. “I thought, ‘If this child doesn’t like dogs, I might have to send her back,'” after she was born. There isn’t an option. You live this existence. This concludes it.
“They have jumped on her,” she continued. They have slithered all over her. We’ve allowed them to kiss and lick her. Our pediatrician said, “It’s okay,” demonstrating how much they adore her.