Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou shares adorable throwback photos her son Johnas as a tiny tot


A trip down memory lane! Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou shares adorable throwback photos her son Johnas as a tiny tot

She juggles being a doting mother to her only son with her acting career on Home And Away. 

And on Wednesday, the actress, 43, gushed over Johnas, now seven, as she shared pictures of him as a tiny tot.

In one image, Ada was beaming as she carried her cute-as-a-button boy.

Mama’s boy: Home and Away’s Ada Nicodemou shared adorable throwback photos of her son Jonas from when he was a baby. In one image, Ada was beaming as she carried her cute-as-a-button boy

She also shared a picture of Johnas, who was dressed in a button-up shirt with a vest and tie, smiling alongside his grandmother. 

‘He’s growing up too fast,’ Ada wrote in the caption, along with crying face and heart emojis.

Ada, who welcomed her son in 2012 with her ex-husband Chrys Xipolitas, revealed that she has learnt to ‘let go’ of running a tight ship and pressuring herself to be the perfect mother.

Cute! She also shared a picture of Johnas, who was dressed in a button-up shirt with a vest and tie, smiling alongside his grandmother

Cute! She also shared a picture of Johnas, who was dressed in a button-up shirt with a vest and tie, smiling alongside his grandmother

She told Good Health and Wellbeing back in March: ‘It’s just not realistic. I’ve always got about 10 balls in the air. But now I’m learning to let go.’

‘I’ve learned to pull back on a lot of stuff and to realise how important it is to have time for myself and time with my child.’

She explained to the publication that she now picks and chooses what meetings and appointments she schedules.

Letting go: Ada, who welcomed her son in 2012 with her ex-husband Chrys Xipolitas, revealed that she has learnt to 'let go' of running a tight ship and pressuring herself to be the perfect mother

Letting go: Ada, who welcomed her son in 2012 with her ex-husband Chrys Xipolitas, revealed that she has learnt to ‘let go’ of running a tight ship and pressuring herself to be the perfect mother

Back to work! Ada, along with her Home and Away cast mates, have returned back to the set after it was temporarily shut down back in March during New South Wales' outbreak (Pictured L to R Emily Symons, Ada, Georgie Parker and Lynne McGranger)

Back to work! Ada, along with her Home and Away cast mates, have returned back to the set after it was temporarily shut down back in March during New South Wales’ outbreak (Pictured L to R Emily Symons, Ada, Georgie Parker and Lynne McGranger)

‘It’s such a common female trait that you just try and make sure everyone else is happy that we forget about ourselves,’ she added.

Ada, along with her Home and Away cast mates, have returned back to the set after it was temporarily shut down back in March during New South Wales’ outbreak.

The cast and crew are observing the government’s social distancing suggestions seriously by keeping an appropriate distance, regularly temperature checks and hand-cleaning happening on set.

Keeping space: The cast and crew are observing the government's social distancing suggestions seriously by keeping an appropriate distance, regularly temperature checks and hand-cleaning happening on set (Ada pictured with co-star Sam Frost)

Keeping space: The cast and crew are observing the government’s social distancing suggestions seriously by keeping an appropriate distance, regularly temperature checks and hand-cleaning happening on set (Ada pictured with co-star Sam Frost)

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