Ireland Baldwin Admits to Being 'Overwhelmed' by Mom Life But Says 'Overall, Things Have Been Beautiful'

Ireland Baldwin welcomed her first baby with boyfriend RAC back in May

<p>Ireland Baldwin/Instagram</p> Ireland Baldwin with baby Holland

Ireland Baldwin/Instagram

Ireland Baldwin with baby Holland

Ireland Baldwin is opening up about mom life.

In an Instagram Q&A on Monday, the new mom, 27, answered a question asking how she and baby daughter Holland, 4 months, are doing.

"I'm not going to lie... there have been moments where I have been so overwhelmed by all of the changes... but overall, things have been beautiful," Baldwin shares.

"She's so much fun to spend time with and figure out," the new mom raved. "I would say most of the stress I've experienced lately has actually had nothing to do with her. Being overtired just makes it all worse."

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<p>Ireland Baldwin/Instagram</p> Ireland Baldwin's Instagram Q&A

Ireland Baldwin/Instagram

Ireland Baldwin's Instagram Q&A

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Baldwin has shared many glimpses at her life as a new mom and entrepreneur on Instagram, joking about the decision to pursue both at the same time in another Q&A answer.

Asked what she wishes someone would have told her as a first-time mom, she joked, "Not to start a business and have a baby at the same time."

The model mom — daughter of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger — shares Holland with boyfriend RAC (born André Allen Anjos).

Speaking with Romper for their cover story in June, Hilaria Baldwin opened up about how she and Alec's seven kids feel about being aunts and uncles to Holland.

"My kids get a kick out of it," Hilaria said. "They feel like they're so grown up; they're like, 'Well I can do this because I'm an uncle now.'"

As for her new role, Hilaria said, "I love being a grandmother," adding that she "sends things to Ireland all the time. My favorite swaddle or my favorite bathtub or whatever. The towels, all these things."

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