Step by Step, day by day, more babies keep coming her way! Former sitcom star Christine Lakin took to Instagram on Wednesday, Sept. 12 to reveal that she recently welcomed her second baby — a little boy!
“And then there were 4… ?? Baylor B. Breault. Born Sept 10, 8:09pm. 7lbs, 3oz. 20.5 in,” the 39-year-old captioned the sweet snaps of herself, the bundle of joy, her husband, Brandon Breault, and their daughter, Georgia, 2.
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And then there were 4… 👶🏼 Baylor B. Breault Born Sept 10, 8:09pm 7lbs, 3oz 20.5 in . We are overjoyed and blessed to add more love to our family! Georgia is so excited “her baby” is finally here. Thanks for all your thoughts, prayers and love ❤️ (The B is for my mother in law Barbara, who passed this summer. May she watch over this little one from above 👼🏼)
She continued, “We are overjoyed and blessed to add more love to our family! Georgia is so excited ‘her baby’ is finally here. Thanks for all your thoughts, prayers, and love ❤️ (The B is for my mother in law Barbara, who passed this summer. May she watch over this little one from above ??).”
Christine previously announced her pregnancy in April on PopTV.com. She shared a photo of her happy family standing in front of a movie theater with the sign reading, “COMING SOON / THE SEQUEL ‘BABY BOY’ / SEPTEMBER 2018.” Funny enough, the announcement was very similar to the one she posted when she was expecting Georgia three years ago!
The Hollywood Darlings star gushed to People at the time about how happy she was to be expecting again. “We are so thrilled to be expecting another child to welcome into our family,” she shared with the news outlet. “We feel very fortunate to give Georgia a baby brother, whom we are certain she will teach to scribble on the walls and throw food to the dogs.”
However, jut last month, she did admit she was a little nervous about becoming a family of four. “I find myself torn between the excitement of a new baby and the uncertainty of change,” she captioned an Instagram photo after her baby shower. “I can’t wait to watch Georgia grow as a big sister, and I also want to cry thinking of my time being divided. Also, we’ve got a good thing going here — she’s more independent by the day and we’ve figured out our family routine.”
She continued, “At the same time, here’s a chance to do it all over again — without the fear and anxiety that first baby brings of, ‘Am I doing any of this correctly?’ We get to complete our family in such an awesome way and it’s a blessing.” Yes, it is!