Ali Landry Talks Morning Sickness, Fears About Baby’s Gender

Actress Ali Landry, pregnant with baby #2, dishes openly on everything from morning sickness to baby gender to her expanding body.

Ali shares what saved her during those rough early weeks of pregnancy:

I was definitely more nauseous — basically morning, noon, and night and eating horribly, like tons of carbs. Grilled cheese sandwiches, that was my thing.”

Even though they know the sex of their baby, they aren’t sharing just in case the ultrasound was wrong.  She says that she’d be nervous to have a boy:

All I’ll say is that I have a lot of amazing girl clothes and I have everything for a girl, so that would be really, really great and easy. And if it’s a boy, I will be really nervous because I have no idea what to do with a boy because I am a girl and I have a girl!”

She jokes about her changing body:

This time I have so much going on [body-wise]. I have to get it together because there are areas that are expanding that I have no idea what to do with, especially the back side.

I was like, ‘I finally see what Kim Kardashian feels like, having what’s going on back there!’ I don’t know! Do I drape it? Do I cover it? Do I enhance it? I don’t think I can embrace this. There is no embracing!”

Ali and her husband are also parents to adorable little Estela, 3.

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  1. Amy says

    In one interview she did awhile back before her pregnancy, she said they were hoping for a boy! Give me a break…. she won’t know what to do with a baby boy??? It’s your baby.. the most important thing is the health, not the sex. I think she wants another girl so she can drown her in more bows! She’s a bit over the top this one.

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