Kaley Cuoco is showing off her pride on Instagram after her little one's successful first time on a plane
Kaley Cuoco has reached another parenting milestone: Baby's first flight!
The Big Bang Theory star, 37, shared an adorable selfie with her 7-month-old daughter Matilda on Saturday, documenting the little one's first trip on a plane.
As Cuoco held Matilda — wearing a massive pair of headphones over her ears — in her lap, they both smiled for a selfie. The black-and-white photo also featured a bottle of milk off to the side, which must've kept the baby in good spirits judging by Cuoco's caption.
"When your baby is perfection on her first flight," Cuoco wrote on her Instagram Story, alongside a plane emoji, an exclamation point and a big pink heart.
Cuoco has never been shy about celebrating her firstborn's many milestones over the last several months. Just days before Matilda hopped on a plane, Cuoco toasted her child — whom she shares with boyfriend Tom Pelphrey — and her first-ever Halloween celebration.
"Obligatory first pumpkin visit," Cuoco captioned a photo of Matilda sitting in front of a pile of pumpkins with some cute seasonal sweatpants and a sweatshirt.
Cuoco also celebrated the family's status as "Halloween first timers" — showing off Matilda's five costumes for the holiday. Describing each of the outfits, Cuoco wrote on Instagram, "1) Tildy the old lady 2) Who ya gonna call? Ghostbusters! 3) winner winner 🐔 dinner! 4) the cutest 🐝 5) our own personal 🏈."
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Cuoco, who has also posted about her first two nights away from Matilda and the baby's first denim jacket, opened up to PEOPLE last month about how her four rescue dogs Ruby, Opal, King and Blue have embraced Matilda.
The actress, who her pet care brand, Oh, Norman!, revealed that Matilda was "thrown to the wolves literally" when she was born, to see how she'd adapt to the pups.
"After she was born, I'm like, 'If this child doesn't like dogs, I might have to send her back. There's no choice. This is your life. This is it,' " she joked.
"They have jumped on her. They have crawled across her. We have let them lick her, kiss her. Our pediatrician was like, 'It's okay.' So they love her so much."
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