February 09, 2021
"This is Us" star Mandy Moore has been thrilling fans over on Instagram with her pregnancy updates recently shared her gorgeous nursery as she prepares for her son's arrival.
Mandy Moore has made some room for her new bundle of joy this past Saturday as she shared some stylish pics of her jungle-themed nursery ahead of her first child's birth with her husband, Taylor Goldsmith.
The first time mummy reposted the pictures from her interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel's Instagram stories. Moore seems to have hired Sherman to put together the minimal aesthetic of the nursery.
This is the actress' first child. Moore has been candid about her fertility struggles and has been taking fans along on the special moments of her pregnancy journey, even sharing her ups and down with her fans.
Moore has had issues with her uterus and was scheduled for surgery in the face of a possible endometriosis diagnosis when she found out about her pregnancy. The actress expressed she was hesitant to believe the news.
"I sort of was holding my breath until 12 weeks."
The star broke the news of her pregnancy on social media in September last year. Now in her third trimester, the star has come to terms with the happy news and shared with Romper magazine the moment was now real.
Moore announced the news with a series of black and white photographs with her musician husband cradling her baby bump. Despite her happy news, the "This Is Us" actress admitted to fans pregnancy was not smooth sailing.
Their marriage came two years after her divorce from singer Ryan Adams.
Moore disclosed her struggle with changes during her first trimester, telling fans her experience has seen her develop serious aversions to food. Moore, once a coffee lover, revealed she could not stand the smell anymore.
In her third trimester, the star took to her Instagram stories to share the change in her birthing plan due to a low platelet count. After a trip to the hematologist, Moore asked her followers if they had a similar experience.
"My platelets have dropped exponentially during pregnancy and it’s sadly altered my birth ‘plan. Any other pregnant folks in the same boat??"
Moore's platelet condition is normal in pregnancy. However, if the platelets drop beyond the normal range, one may develop gestational thrombocytopenia, a condition occurring in seven and ten pregnancies at delivery.
While the new mom is prepping for her new but has not yet shared her due date, however, Moore hinted to fans in December last year as she posed in a long floral dress that she is in the home stretch.
Moore and Goldsmith will be celebrating their 3rd anniversary soon as they have been married since November 2018. Their marriage came two years after her divorce from singer Ryan Adams was finalized.
In an emotional birthday post, Moore gushed about her child's father on his birthday, last August declaring she was unsure what she did to deserve him, adding she was full of gratitude calling him her favorite person.
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