CNN’s Poppy Harlow Expecting a Son: ‘We Are Thrilled Our Family Is Growing!’

Just call it pleasing chaos!

CNN anchor Poppy Harlow is profound with her second child, a son, her repute confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.

The baby child is due this winter and joins large sister Sienna, Harlow’s initial child with father Sinisa Babcic.

“Our 17-month-old daughter Sienna isn’t gripping us bustling adequate so we suspicion we’d give her a baby brother,” Harlow, 35, jokes to PEOPLE exclusively, adding, “Being relatives has been a biggest fun and we are anxious a family is growing!”

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The happy family acted together on a stairs outward of Babcic’s aunt and uncle’s residence in Izola, Slovenia, to symbol a occasion. The print impulse has turn a bit of a tradition, Harlow says: She and Babcic took their initial design on a stairs a year they met in 2005.

The integrate revisited a stairs for a design again a year they were engaged, again a day they were married in 2012 and once some-more while Harlow was profound with Sienna. “And now as we am profound with a son,” Harlow says.

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Earlier this year, Harlow non-stop adult about being a operative mom in an letter for LinkedIn, revelation “Some days are unequivocally hard.”

“Some days are easier than others,” she continued. “But each day is a blessing – and realizing that has been impossibly important. Equally critical has been a fulfilment that being a operative parent is messy.”

Harlow added, “My child and family come first. Then work. Then life. Then washing and dinner. Life is a small messier – though it is disorderly in a best way.”