Inside, the second time mom-to-be talks differences between this and her first pregnancy and I could certainly relate to eating excessively as a means of staving off extreme morning sickness and nausea.
“With my daughter, Vivianne [now 18 months], I had horrible morning sickness,” she recalls. “I threw up every day, sometimes twice, for five months, which then made me insanely hungry. So I’d stuff my face to try not to feel nauseated, and I gained 55 pounds. On my 5’1″ frame, that was brutal!”
She says her second pregnancy has gone smoother.
“I sometimes even forget I’m pregnant except for all the moving around he’s doing in there,” she says of the baby boy she is expecting with her NFL husband Eric Decker.0