Heather El Moussa is ready to go to the hospital to give birth

Tarek and Heather El Moussa

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Tarek and Heather El Moussa in December 2022

Heather Rae and Tarek El Moussa are ready to welcome their first baby together. The new HGTV host says her parenting course is complete, the hospital bag is packed and Heather says she’s now fully prepared if her little boy decides to arrive a little early – although her busy husband might change his schedule a little has to change to gain time for her new bundle of joy. Here’s what you need to know:


Heather El Moussa says parenting classes have built her confidence

Heather, a high-end real estate agent from Los Angeles, has been so busy filming her two shows — Netflix’s Selling Sunset and HGTV’s The Flipping El Moussas, which premieres in early 2023 — that she doesn’t have much to do Time stayed poised to welcome her first baby with Tarek, whom she married in 2021.

The couple announced in July that they were expecting a boy and later learned they were expecting a boy at a lavish party. This will be Tarek’s third child; He also has 12-year-old Taylor and seven-year-old Brayden, whom he shares with ex-wife and HGTV host Christina Hall. The parents have 50/50 custody, and Heather has said she enjoys being a “bonus mom” to both children.

But preparing to raise her own child has taken a different kind of effort, from preparing for kindergarten to learning what to expect with a newborn. December 18th, Heather posted an Instagram update for the fans and shares that whenever Baby El Moussa decides to make his debut, she now feels ready.

“As the end of my pregnancy nears, I am in the final preparations for 2023,” she wrote. “Sickbag ready.”

A few days ago, Heather shared on her Instagram Stories that she was starting to feel different and wasn’t sure if she was having Braxton Hicks contractions — a tightening of the abdomen as the body prepares for childbirth — or if she was Baby just shifted. She decided to take a childbirth class to better understand what she was experiencing.

“I did my childbirth class yesterday,” she wrote in her post. “For anyone like me who’s said no I don’t need it, I’m ready…. Wow, I’ve learned a lot. She came to my home to make me feel more comfortable and in my own environment. I’m not sure about any of my moms out there, but with their first baby, I swear the moment I felt a contraction I probably would have freaked out, which made Tarek stop everything he was doing around me to bring to the hospital. She taught me some tricks to try before rushing to the hospital – so much information I didn’t know.”

Heather said what she learned gave her confidence in the process and listening to her body.

“I feel even more ready and empowered to bring this boy into the world,” she wrote.


Heather El Moussa also leans on her parents for support

Later in the day, Heather also shared a photo of herself with her mom and dad, who have been a great support system as she prepares for her first child, she said.

“Having my parents by my side throughout my pregnancy was a very special experience and something I will never forget,” Heather wrote.

She shared that her parents still live in a “small town in the mountains” where she grew up and that she appreciates their impact on her life more every day, especially as she prepares to be parents to her little boy to be.

“I haven’t come from much, but there was a lot of love, support, caring and work ethic in my upbringing – you don’t realize it right now but those are the most important things,” she wrote. “You helped shape me into the woman I am today.”

They can also be of some help when baby arrives, especially when Tarek needs to immerse himself in work. In a new interview with Pallazzo Magazinehe revealed that he often works 13-hour days.

“My day usually starts at 5:30 am, where I spend about an hour checking email and messages that came in overnight,” he shared. “I hit the gym for an hour at 7am and then come home, have breakfast and get ready for the rest of the day. My whole working day starts at 9 am and ends around 6 pm when I have the kids. On days when I don’t have kids, my workday slows down between 7pm and 10pm at night.”

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