Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Jenna Dewan & Boyfriend Steve Kazee Are ExpectingCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Jenna Dewan & Boyfriend Steve Kazee Are Expecting

By Ahjané Forbes

In celebrity news, Step Up star Jenna Dewan is waiting for a bundle of joy to arrive, as she is expecting a celebrity baby with her boyfriend, actor Steve Kazee. This will be Jenna Dewan’s second child. The celebrity parent had her first child with her heart throb co-star and ex-husband Channing Tatum. According to, Dewan’s celebrity ex was crying while she was giving birth to their daughter. The Magic Mike star told the magazine, “I probably went to the bathroom four times [at the hospital] and had a crying fit. Like, I’m just like, ‘I don’t know what to do!’” Tatum later added that “seeing the one you love in pain makes you feel bad, Men are useless, but we are really useless during [the delivery process].”

In celebrity baby news, Jenna Dewan is preparing to welcome her second child — her first with Steve Kazee. What are some ways to prepare for the birth of your second child?

Cupid’s Advice:

Welcoming a little one into the world can be very time consuming and stressful if you aren’t prepared. Having your second child should be easier, right? Not exactly! Sometimes it can be easier if you have the same gender as you did previously, especially if you have a lot of baby clothes and bottles left over. Babies have a mind of their own just like humans. They can’t directly tell you how they’re feeling, but you’ll catch their drift once they start crying. The second can be tricky and different for everyone. Cupid has some tips and tricks to help you through this journey:

1. Don’t assume this will be easy: Every child and pregnancy is different. Try to keep an open mind, especially with the second child. Even though this is the second child, there’s still a lot to learn about being a parent. Also, if you aren’t the one having the child, be there for your partner.

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2. Don’t compare the two children: When the baby is born, it’s okay to assume who they look like and whose personality they might have. It is important that you try to not compare your children in the beginning stages pf life. Yes, they might do some of the same things that older brother or sister do/did, but its not a good habit to keep comparing the two. You want your baby to be their one person and not a younger version of your first child.

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3. Relax: Everything will work out fine if you are less stressed. The baby will come and you’ll be fine. Don’t overthink anything or expect the worse. Just hope for a healthy and happy baby, because that’s truly all that matters.

How did you prepare for your second baby? Share your tips and thoughts in the comments below!