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Emily Ratajkowski Shares Sweet Photos (and Sultry Snaps!) Decorating the Christmas Tree with Son Sly, 2

The model shares her son with ex Sebastian Bear-McClard

<p>Emily Ratajkowski/Instagram</p> Emily Ratajowski and son Sly decorating the Christmas tree

Emily Ratajkowski/Instagram

Emily Ratajowski and son Sly decorating the Christmas tree

Emily Ratajkowski is celebrating the holiday season with her son.

On Sunday, the model, 32, shared a series of photos to her Instagram, which included a few photos of her 2-year-old son Sylvester "Sly" as the mother-son duo decorated their Christmas tree for the holiday season.

In one photo, Ratajkowski and Sly sit on the ground, untangling lights as they get ready to dress their tree up. The proud mom is also pictured carrying her son in front of the tree, getting ready to plant a kiss on him.

"Some things change others stay the same 🎄," Ratajkowski wrote in her caption.

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<p>Emily Ratajkowski/Instagram</p> Emily Ratajkowski and Sly untangling lights for the Christmas tree

Emily Ratajkowski/Instagram

Emily Ratajkowski and Sly untangling lights for the Christmas tree

Related: Emily Ratajkowski Spends Time with 2-Year-Old Son Sly as They Pick Blackberries by a Lake

Ratajkowski shares her son with ex Sebastian Bear-McClard.

Over the summer, the model posted a series of photos to her Instagram that featured her son Sly. In the photos, Ratajkowski posed with her son as he shoveled berries into his mouth alongside the side of a lake.

"Blackberries cows serpent nails and sly," Ratajkowski captioned the images.

During a November 2021 conversation with Elle, Ratajkowski got candid about her birthing experience, saying she trusted her body in the moment.

She referenced an excerpt from My Bodyher published book of personal essays, saying, "It wasn't until I was rereading the whole book that I realized that at the beginning, there's an essay about not being able to say no. And then in the hospital, I say no, my body responds to me saying no, and I give birth to my son."

"Writing these essays allowed me to get to a place to be in that room and be connected enough to my body to be able to say, 'No, we are not going to use the vacuum.' Then my body's like, 'She just said no. We're going to deliver this baby,'" she added.

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