It’s a brand new adventure for Jenna Bush Hager, as she made her official debut as Hoda Kotb‘s Today cohost on Monday, April 8. What makes it even more special, though, is just how much her family loves and supports her!

To mark the grand occasion, Jenna and Hoda — who bid farewell to former cohost Kathie Lee Gifford during the April 5 episode — kicked things off with their new catchphrase, “Let’s go, y’all!” Hoda, 54, even gifted Jenna, 37, a name-engraved wine glass made by a fan. The former first daughter then received a few well wishes from some extra-special viewers.

“Hey, Jenna, your old dad here on film to tell you how much I love you and how proud I am of you,” dad and former president George W. Bush says in the video — with mom and former first lady Laura Bush as well as mother-in-law Margaret Hager popping up later. “I know you’ll do a fabulous job.”

Jenna also got well wishes from her fraternal twin sister, Barbara Pierce Bush who said Jenna is “such a good sister to me, but in many ways, is such a good sister to her colleagues and her friends.”

This, of course, was a lot for the Sisters First author to handle and she couldn’t help but get teary-eyed because of the overwhelming amount of love coming her way. Another — even bigger — surprise came when Jenna’s husband, Henry Hager, showed up with their two daughters, 5-year-old Mila and 3-year-old Poppy, in matching dresses. Henry carried a bouquet of roses while the little ones carried a single rose.

“I’m a wreck,” the mom-of-two said, now fully crying while embracing them all.

It was announced in late February 2019 that Jenna would be replacing Kathie Lee, 65, as Hoda’s cohost during the 10 o’clock hour of Today. Kathie Lee had previously announced that she was leaving in December 2018, bringing her 11-year tenure at Hoda’s side to an end.

Good luck to you, Jenna. We know you’re going to rock this new job!