Jamie-Lynn Sigler expecting baby boy

April 29, 2013 by

Jamie-Lynn Sigler expecting baby boy

Actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who rose to fame on the critically acclaimed show  "The Sopranos," is currently expecting her first child – a baby boy – and the impending arrival has certainly given her plenty to talk about!

The 31-year-old star, who now appears on the hit show "Guys with Kids," has admitted that she wasn't expecting her little bundle of joy to arrive so quickly. Sigler and her fiance, Cutter Dykstra, a 23-year-old minor league baseball player, were just dating at the time that she found out she was pregnant.

"We definitely thought it was going to be a slow relationship process and possibly an engagement – I felt like it was coming – so the baby definitely threw us for a loop," Sigler told SheKnows.

Despite her pregnancy being a surprise, Sigler is happily counting down the days until the birth of her little guy. She recently revealed that she has a fantastic support system of family and close friends, including actresses Jenna Dewan-Tatum and former "7th Heaven" star Beverley Mitchell.

One thing that is tripping the soon-to-be mom up, though? Her baby's name! According to Sigler, she and Dykstra are searching for a strong name, but are very indecisive at the moment. Fortunately, it looks like the actress still has a few weeks left to decide!


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 Jamie Lynn Sigler expecting baby boy

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Lizzie Goodman is a writer living in the Midwest. Since becoming a mom, she's learned to do everything one-handed, often while letting her baby daughter pull her hair and poke her in the face. She believes in the strength and power of women - and really enjoys writing about pregnancy and motherhood.

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