Sabrina Bryan and her husband Jordan Lundberg recently celebrated the arrival of their baby boy, expanding their family to a party of four. With the new addition, Sabrina embraces her role as a mother of two children, bringing joy and love to their growing family.
Sabrina Bryan, renowned for her portrayal in The Cheetah Girls, has recently embraced the role of a mother of two. Together with her husband Jordan Lundberg, they joyfully welcomed their second child, a precious baby boy named Ledger Grey Lundberg, into the world. Born on May 2 at 9:00 p.m. in Newport Beach, California, the newborn weighed 7 lbs. and measured 19.5 inches. The couple shared their delightful news exclusively with PEOPLE, spreading happiness and warmth.
Sabrina Bryan graciously opens up about her birthing experience in an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, recounting the beautiful moment by stating, “With one powerful push, just three minutes later, our little miracle made his grand entrance into the world.” She further expresses her heartfelt sentiments, saying, “As we’ve longed to expand our family, the arrival of Ledger Grey couldn’t have been more perfect. Jordan and I are overwhelmed with gratitude and sheer joy.”
In an interview with PEOPLE, Sabrina Bryan opens up about her journey to pregnancy with Ledger and the challenges they faced along the way. She candidly shares that their joy was magnified due to previous struggles with conception caused by her polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Reflecting on her experience, she reveals that her second pregnancy was comparatively less stressful and smoother in comparison to the first, when her daughter Monroe was born amidst the height of the pandemic in August 2020. The stress during her initial pregnancy resulted in Bell’s palsy, leading to temporary facial paralysis.
During the first trimester, Sabrina Bryan admits feeling fatigue and occasionally struggled to keep up with her toddler. However, she prioritized stress and anxiety management to prevent the recurrence of Bell’s palsy. Maintaining a calm demeanor, she surrounded herself with positivity and a supportive circle of people.
During her pregnancy, Sabrina Bryan indulged in her biggest craving: ice cream. As a dancer who usually prioritizes healthy foods, she found herself obsessed with flavors like Baskin-Robbins’ Gold Medal Ribbon and Cold Stone Creamery’s Birthday Cake Remix. While her friends enjoyed wine, she eagerly anticipated coming home to a bowl of ice cream.