Tamar Braxton is relishing every moment with her son, Logan, and according to the new mom, her baby is "yummy." But don't think that it was love at first sight. The singer admitted that the whole notion that she'd immediately fall in love with her baby is false.
"Logan is everything. He is so yummy. Immediately everything changes but immediately you don't fall in love, but I heard that you do but they lied. Somebody lied," she told CocoaFab. "Just like you fall in love with a little person, it's just like that. You fall in love with little people. He is so yummy."
Braxton also gushed about her favorite parts of motherhood and that involves watching her husband, Vince, interact with little Logan.
"It's so beautiful. This is like his next of kin in the family, [Vince] doesn't have any parents so, watching them together bond [is amazing]. They look alike it's so crazy, they act alike," she said. "He is very fair, but everything else is Vincent Herbert."
And rest assured that the baby will make an appearance on the next season of Tamar and Vince when it returns September 6.
"Logan is on it,” she revealed. “You see the whole transformation from Tamar to mommy Tae-Tae. You see the whole album come together and how we kind of balance the two. After that, The Braxton Family Values come back."
But before all that, the busy mama will be dishing advice alongside Tamera Mowry, Adrienne Bailon, Loni Love and Jeannie Mai when The Real daytime talk show debuts July 15 on Fox.
"It's almost like listening to your great aunt or great grandmother, without being disrespectful," Braxton says about competing daytime show The View. "But The Real is like your girlfriends, your sister, your cousin. Somebody's opinion that you respect, but you can agree to disagree. Like Tamera and I we have totally different opinions, but we real cool [laughs]. It's girlfriend hour. It's like come check in with your girlfriends on The Real."
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