ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee Says Newborn Son 'Doing Very Well'

Zee gave birth to her first child on Saturday in New York City.

— -- ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee says she expects to go home from the hospital today, three days after giving birth to her first child, a son named Adrian.

“We haven’t gotten checked out yet but I think we’re both feeling good and he’s eating and he’s burping and throwing up and doing all the stuff he’s supposed to do,” Zee said today from the hospital in a live check-in on “Good Morning America.”


Zee, 34, gave birth to Adrian Benjamin Colonomos at 11:05 a.m. Saturday in New York City. The baby weighed in at 7 pounds, 8 ounces.

Adrian gave a big yawn in his first live TV appearance, prompting his mom to jokingly tease her “GMA” family.

“He’s obviously been watching you guys and you need to pick up the pace,” Zee said with a laugh.

Zee appeared holding Adrian alongside her husband, TV personality Ben Aaron, who she says has already been a big help when it comes to changing diapers.

“Ben has changed I’d say, 90 percent because I’ve been a little sore,” Zee said.

She spoke at the time of sleepless nights spent imagining her life as a first-time mom.

“I wake up. I feel him move and I think, ‘There’s a real human in here. This is happening,’” Zee said during a surprise going away fete on Friday’s “GMA.”