Ali Fedotowsky-Manno‘s second pregnancy is flying by. The formerÂ Bachelorette and husband Kevin Manno are currently expecting baby No. 2, and just hit the halfway mark in her pregnancy â€” with an adorable baby bump shot to announce the milestone. “Officially 20 weeks pregnant today,” wrote Fedotowsky-Manno, 33, on the Instagram Stories snap, showing off her growing belly under a fitted black tank top.
NYE is coming up! Have you guys thought about what you are going to wear yet?! I honestly have no idea what we are doing yet but I want to be prepared for a fun night out just in case. And even if we don’t go out, I have a few events coming up that I could wear these outfits to. Anyway, I wanted to share 3 NYE looks for 3 different parties! All dresses are from Modcloth and the reason I wanted to highlight 3 looks from their website is because I just love what they are doing!
Molly Sullivan is going to be a big sister! Ali Fedotowsky-Manno, already mom to 16-month-old Molly, is pregnant with baby No. 2, she announced on Instagram Thursday, sharing a black-and-white photo of herself, husbandÂ Kevin Manno and their daughter â€” with the latter adorably pointing at her mama’s growing belly. “And just like that, life became a whole lot sweeter đ‘¨đ?ťđ‘ąđ?ťâ€?â™€ď¸?đ‘śđ?ťđ‘śđ?ťđ?śÂ #BabyMannoÂ #May2018,” the mom-to-be captioned the sweet shot.
You guyssss! We have to talk about #TheBachelor 🌹Krystal REALLY lost me last night. What she was saying to Arie and what she was saying during her interviews seemed like they were coming from two completely different people. Wrote all about it on http://www.AliLuvs.com today https://t.co/lcTn0IoHmJ
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