Vanessa Lachey Opens Up About Nesting And Keeping The Romance Alive During Pregnancy

Pregnant mama-to-be Vanessa Lachey is opening up about her pregnancy, how her hubby Nick Lachey is singing to her growing belly bump and how she is keeping the romance alive during her marriage in the latest issue of Parade Magazine. Here are some highlights from her interview:

On nesting…
“I have [been nesting] in my mind but I’ve been a little consumed with work. But the interesting thing I’ve noticed is my husband is nesting. I always thought it was the woman but he’s doing his little nesting part too. He saw this old table we have and he sanded it, then he stained it, put glass on it. He made us a desk! It was pretty incredible. Now I feel guilty so I think because of that I tried to put the stroller together the other day. But we have a good amount of time to prepare.”

On Nick’s baby crooning…
“Some of the books are inconsistent on when the baby can hear me and outside voices. I told him the other day that the baby could hear him now and he corrected me! He was like, ‘no, actually according to my book…” When that time does come, I know he’s going to sing to the baby every single day. It’s sweet to see that smile on his face.”

On keeping the romance alive…
“This whole process is going on in our first year of marriage, which everyone says is the hardest. But for us, we dated each other for five years before we got married so we were comfortable with all of the little things that would normally get into people’s way. I think the important thing is patience, communication, understanding, and knowing when you are wrong. We all react and say things but it’s all about coming back and saying you’re sorry. It’s about knowing this is the person you will be married to for the rest of your life. There is nothing unforgivable, he is my partner, you know?”

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