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Tamar Braxton, the 36-year-old singer-songwriter and reality television star, recently opened up about being a new mother.
Braxton and her music executive husband Vince Herbert had their first child last month. The singer recently spoke about her son Logan Herbert and falling in love with her bundle of joy.
"Logan is everything. He is so yummy," Braxton told CocoaFab's blogger C Nikky. "Immediately everything changes but immediately you don't fall in love, but I heard that you do but they lied. Just like you fall in love with a little person, its just like that."
While the singer has yet to debut a picture of her son, she did describe his appearance. Braxton said her son looks just like her husband.
"They look alike its so crazy, they act alike," Braxton revealed. "[Logan] is very fair, but everything else is Vincent Herbert."
Herbert's parents are both deceased, so Braxton spoke about the importance of her baby in her husband's life.
"Watching Vince and the baby interact. It's so beautiful," Braxton told C Nikky. "This is like his next of kin in the family, [Vince] doesn't have any parents so, watching them together bond [is amazing]."
Next September, Braxton revealed that fans will get the opportunity to witness her transition into motherhood on her show "Tamar & Vince."
"Logan is on it. You see the whole transformation from Tamar to mommy Tae-Tae," she revealed to C Nikky. "You see the whole album come together and how we kind of balance the two. After that, The Braxtons Family Values come back."
Braxton first revealed her pregnancy on "Good Morning America" after documenting issues with fertility on her reality television show. Last May, the singer admitted that she and her husband had to compromise about just how much of their birth experience should be featured on their show.
"My husband's not comfortable with any of this ... I think we're going to let them in as much as we can," Braxton told Hiphollywood.com. "You don't want to bring your viewer all the way to the point where you went through in vitro, then it didn't happen like that and it happened naturally. I just think it's a story to tell and not to tell the whole story is kind of unfair."