Meghan McCain has shared adorable photos of her little girl celebrating her first Fourth of July holiday.
Baby Liberty looks happy as ever as she's sat next to an American flag balloon while wearing a stars and stripes bathing suit and sporting a matching red headband.
"I was the parent who said they wouldn't be only sharing pictures of their baby so as not to be over the top... But my little Liberty Bell had so many adorable first Fourth of July photos ~ I can't help it!" McCain captioned the post.
The new mom also shared a photo of her husband, Ben Domenech holding their daughter, and matching his outfit alongside her.
"Happy Birthday America! We love you!" Meghan captioned the heartwarming photo.
Her post came just 3 days after Meghan announced that she will no longer be co-hosting The View and will be leaving at the end of the month.
Her announcement shocked many fans as she has been a huge part of the daytime talk show for a whopping 4 years. But she has ultimately decided she wants to spend extra time with her husband and baby girl in Washington D.C.
"When I said goodbye to all of you in the studio, over a year and a half ago, I had just found out I was pregnant. I left the city very quickly because my OBGYN wanted me to leave. After all, he wasn't sure about how COVID could impact pregnant women," she said.
"I came to the D.C. area, which is where my husband and I have always split time, and it's where I grew up splitting time. We have this incredible life here, we're surrounded by my family, his family, my friends, by this incredible support unit," continued Meghan, who joined The View as a co-host back in October 2017.
"I think as any new mom knows, when I think about where I want Liberty to have, you know her first steps and her first words — I just have this really wonderful life here that ultimately, I felt I didn't want to leave," she added.
Back in February, the host opened up to PEOPLE about life as a new mom, sharing that she "can't believe how much I like motherhood, honestly."
"I was really back and forth about whether or not I was even going to do it, and I can't believe how obsessed with it I am," she said at the time, adding, "I feel like the universe is laughing at me because I was so scared of having kids and so reluctant and so on the fence about it. Even when I was pregnant I was like, 'I don't know, we'll see how this goes.'"