Jenna Von Oy -- Six from 'Blossom' -- Is a New Mommy [POLL]
Her Daughter, Gray Audrey, Was Born in Nashville
Now that Six and Blossom are both mommies, we wonder if their kids will play together? And if Uncle Joey -- whoa! -- will babysit?
We refer, of course, to actress Jenna von Oy, who played the BFF of Blossom (Mayim Bialik) on the '90s sitcom classic Blossom, and who just gave birth to daughter Gray Audrey on May 21.
Gray Audrey is the first child for von Oy and husband Brad Bratcher, who welcomed the 7-pound, six-ounce cutie in Nashville last week.
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"Brad and I are, of course, ecstatic she's here and we are madly in love with her already," von Oy tells People. "It's truly unimaginable how quickly she wrapped us around her little finger!
"We are exhausted, but enjoying every moment of it, as every moment she's doing something new and memorable."
As for the baby's unique name, von Oy, who married Bratcher in 2010 and has launched a country music career since her teen years spent playing the fast-talking Six, says she and her hubs always knew it was the right name for their daughter. We "loved 'Gray' for a long time," she says.
"We were just so drawn to it, we knew early on that it was the right one."
As for getting advice on mommyhood from her old Blossom pal Bialik, von Oy should know that her TV friend recently sparked a bit of controversy when she shared her parenting methods.
Bialik is a big proponent of attachment parenting … yes, the subject of that recent Time magazine cover story with the four-year-old kid breastfeeding on the cover. Bialik not only says she still breastfeeds her three-year-old son, but the actress -- who currently stars on The Big Bang Theory -- says she and her husband also sleep with their children every night.
Bialik, who recently defended attachment parenting against critics on Anderson Cooper's daily talk show, recently authored the book, Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way, on the topic.
Check out a video clip of Bialik talking about her parenting habits on Anderson, then tell us:
Is it weird for a four-year-old to breastfeed?
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