Babies: Tatyana Ali Reveals She’s Toting A Bel-Air Bump Full Of Baby Number 2

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Tatyana Ali And Dr. Hubby To Welcome Second Baby

Happy news for fans of “Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air” actress Tatyana Ali. Ali recently revealed on Instagram that she and her hubby Dr. Vaughn Rasberry are expecting another little one!

I was on a work trip recently and I thought it was about time I captured my baby bump. We’re so excited! They say every pregnancy is different and they ain’t lying. Phew! I’m exhausted this go round, swirling with emotion and starving, like constantly. Feeling very blessed. #BabyRasberry

The Rasberrys welcomed their first son, Edward Aszard in September of 2016… Apparently Aszi, as we’ve seen Tatyana hashtag her toddler’s nickname, is eagerly awaiting his new sibling because Tatyana also posted this adorable snap:

“Who are you calling?” I asked. He said, “the baby in Mama’s tummy”- Already in cahoots.

So precious riiiight?

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Baby Pollock #rainydays

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Happy Fathers Day baby! #fathersday2018

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I’m about to start weaning my son soon. (Sigh) He’s almost 2 years old. When we passed the 6 month mark and I’d bring him to my breast, people started asking me when I would stop. I had a rote answer prepared. “Well… the world health organization says 2 years old is best,” I would say. I needed the scientific backup in some of those conversations because I felt like I had to defend my choice. But, I knew in my gut that it was right for me and my baby and I still do. The women in my family, in my mother’s generation were told by their Doctors, I believe wrongly, that formula was best because they themselves didn’t have enough milk. They were strongly encouraged to use formula, so they did. That sort of thinking is old fashioned and wrong. It’s well known that breastfeeding is absolutely the best choice if possible, for as long as possible. I encourage everyone who can breastfeed long term to do so. It’s so good for your baby. Aszi is hardly ever sick even when other people in the house are, including me. And after a few bumps and latching difficulties early on, because nursing is something you and your baby have to learn together, it was smooth sailing. I’ve pumped when I’m working in between scenes, or when I’ve had to traveland couldn’t bring him with me, used a hand pump in the airplane bathroom. We women do what we have to do. Breastfeeding him has truly been one of the greatest experiences of my whole entire life. I love looking down and seeing him latched on, feeling his cheeks so close to my heart. I love giving him nourishment, giving him my life force and most of all comfort. It brings tears to my eyes just thinking about it. I am so grateful that I have been able to feed him in this way for so long- my beautiful baby boy. #breastfeeding #breastfeedingmama #workingmama @who

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    My child loooooooves the ocean. #joy

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    My joy #Aszi

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