The couple tied the knot in 2018 and welcomed son Gus in 2021 and Ozzie in 2022
The couple, who wed in 2018, celebrated their anniversary on Saturday with sweet posts for each other on Instagram — both of which gave a nod to their newly hectic lifestyle as parents of two little ones.
“5 years down!! Sorry this declaration of love is late but we’ve been moving and juggling 2 kids together all day,” Moore, 39, wrote as she shared a black and white portrait with Goldsmith, 38, and a sweet video of them at the park with their two sons, Gus, 2, and Ozzie, 1.
“There’s no where else I’d rather be and no one else I’d rather be with. I don’t know what I did to deserve this life with you, @taylordawesgoldsmith but I live in gratitude every day. Happy Anniversary, T!”
The Dawes singer shared a photo with Moore as he, too, paid tribute to their marriage. “Now that the boys are down for the night I can finally put some thoughts together - Happy 5th anniversary to my one and only. My best friend. My dream girl."
He continued, "This life we have feels way too good to be true. I love you.”
The couple's fifth year of marriage was busy as they navigated the transition to being a family of four. Their second son, Ozzie, was born a month before their fourth anniversary last year, and turned one in October.
The transition was made easier, though, with the extra time off the SAG-AFTRA strike provided for the This Is Us actress.
"I went back to work with both of them pretty soon after I had them," she told PEOPLE in July, before the strike had been lifted. "A month with Gus and six weeks with Ozzie. So to not be working right now and to really have this concentrated family time is so special."
She continued, "I recognize that time is fleeting, and so I'm really trying to be present and appreciate it. There's a million things happening at once. It's still a really, really special time."
The end of the summer brought yet another change for the family, though, as Gus started preschool. Luckily, Moore told PEOPLE it's "been easier than I thought it was going to be."
"I was expecting a lot of tears and big emotions, and he's been doing really well," she said. "He's still so little, and it's for a half day. But it's been a great transition for him. He's having so much fun and so excited. It already feels like it's made such a world of difference in his socializing and what he comes home and talks about, and it's just so strange!"
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Gus and Ozzie are also full of love for each other, which helps all the more.
As Ozzie "just wants to mimic his brother" and is "obsessed" with Gus, Moore said that she and Goldsmith have to set boundaries to make sure the two are playing nicely. "I think the biggest thing now is us making sure that [Gus] doesn't squash him because sometimes he just wants to get too close and hold too tight."
"We're like, 'Gentle, buddy.' It's like, I get it. I want to eat Ozzie too. He's still so squishy and I just want to eat his little legs, but we have to just table that for Gus sometimes."
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