Sharna Burgess is “experiencing a love like I’ve never known” three months into motherhood.
The dancer, 37, shared a sweet montage via Instagram Thursday honoring her time so far with son Zane.
“3 months of you 🤍,” the “Dancing With the Stars” pro, who isn’t competing on the ABC show’s current season, captioned the social media post.
“3 months of watching you grow, of being in awe of you and of experiencing a love like I’ve never known,” Burgess went on to write. “Motherhood is by far the coolest thing I’ve ever done and I’m so grateful for all of it.
“The magic, the love, the fear, the sleepless nights and the memories of it all,” she continued. “I am the luckiest Mama in all the land.”
In the footage, Burgess shared many touching moments with her baby boy, from breast-feeding and pumping milk to rocking him and crying as he slept.
Fellow ABC personality Peta Murgatroyd commented on the video, calling it “pure bliss.”
Burgess’ followers couldn’t get over how much the little one resembles his dad, Brian Austin Green.
“He is Brian’s twin ❤️,” one Instagram user wrote, with another adding, ” Looks like his Daddy.”
Burgess and Green, 49, welcomed their first child together in June, the actor’s fifth. (Green is also the father of Noah, 9, Bodhi, 8, and Journey, 6, with Megan Fox, as well as Kassius, 20, with Vanessa Marcil.)
Fox has met Zane since the infant’s arrival, with Burgess calling their interaction “wonderful and really great to see” in a July interview.
“She came and got some Zane snuggle time,” the “BH90210” alum told Us Weekly at the time. “She said he’s super cute and such a chill baby, which he is.”
While raising the newborn, Burgess has taken a step back from competing on “DWTS.”
She announced her break via Instagram earlier this month, writing, “I was not ready to spend, at minimum, 10 hours a day away from Zane. I’m a full-time breastfeeding mama.
“Not only that, I just am so in love with being a mom,” Burgess added at the time. “As much as it was hard to say no to ‘Dancing’ … I have this family and this newborn at home that I may never get these moments back [with].”