Jenna Dewan’s second pregnancy has been wildly different from her first.
The Flirty Dancing host is expecting her second child with boyfriend Steve Kazee in the spring. She is also mom to 6-year-old Everly, whom she shares with ex-husband, actor Channing Tatum.
From the rapid swelling to heartburn and nausea, the mama shared that this time has been a bit more challenging than the last pregnancy.
“The first pregnancy was really easy,” said Dewan. “Evie was a dream pregnancy. This time around; also really great but everything is happening faster.”
Jenna Dewan also revealed the one (surprisingly unhealthy) pregnancy craving she can’t shake.
The super-fit mom also admitted that her food cravings this time around have not been the healthiest. For example, she craved grapefruit during her first pregnancy, while this time she wants all the Taco Bell.
Yeah, we love us some Taco Bell too… We can relate, pregnant at the moment or not!
The two mamas also reminisced over the fact that Jenna used to be a backup dancer for the American Idol superstar.
Jenna recently told Us Weekly that her daughter Everly is taking her big sister role very seriously. “She just said to me this morning, ‘I’m preparing myself for that baby to cry all the time. It was so adult and she asked me if the baby cried in the night, could she get out of her bed and go sing the baby a song? And I was like, ‘That is so sweet.’”
We can’t wait to see pics of Jenna’s second bundle of joy!
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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