It’s a Bachelorette baby No. 2!
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno and her father Kevin Manno are expecting a small hermit or sister for their 16-month-old daughter Molly Sullivan — and a mom-to-be non-stop adult to PEOPLE about how her pregnancy is going this time around.
“I feel so connected to this baby already,” says a 33-year-old former Bachelorette, who has a blog, AliLuvs.com, and is a lifestyle consultant on Hallmark’s Home Family. “I already know what fun he or she will move into a lives.”
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Fedotowsky-Manno reveals that she and her husband, a radio host, were perplexing to get pregnant for 5 months before they conceived.
“We unequivocally wanted them to be dual years apart, though it wasn’t happening,” says a blogger and former existence star. “So we took a Clearblue Ovulation Test and found out we had been ovulating most progressing than we suspicion we was. After we satisfied that, we got profound right away!”
She also shares how she pennyless a news to Kevin. “I took a exam in a morning and when it was positive, we systematic a book, I’m a Big Sister, from Amazon and had it delivered a same day,” explains Fedotowsky-Manno.
“So that night, we gave a book to Kevin and that’s how he found out!” she continues. “His face was pristine startle and so super happy too.”
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Joyful moments aside, early pregnancy wasn’t though a few bumps for Fedotowsky-Manno. “It was consistent nausea,” she says. “It felt like we wanted to chuck adult all a time! And a hardest partial is a perfect exhaustion. I’m so sleepy and Molly is such an early riser. She has me adult during 5:30 a.m.!”
Now, a parents-to-be (they know a sex of a baby, due in May, though aren’t pity yet) are excitedly expecting expanding their family, notwithstanding a few nerves.
“This is what we’ve wanted and we feel so lucky,” says Fedotowsky-Manno. “But during a same time, I’m terrified! I’m scared, though we also know they are going to be means to play together and we can’t wait for that.”