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Alessandra Torresani and Husband Sturgis Adams Welcome Baby Girl — See the Sweet Photos!

Alessandra Torresani and Husband Sturgis Adams Welcome Baby Girl — See the Sweet Photos!

大爆炸理论 星星, 35, tells PEOPLE she and husband Sturgis Adams welcomed their first baby together, a daughter named Lady Francis, 周一, 六月 20, following 21 hours of labor.

The pregnancy, labor and delivery was quite the journey and although I did have some challenging complications, I’m grateful to report that our Lady is healthy, happy and has quite the personality!” Torresani says.

Alessandra Torresani and Husband Sturgis Adams Welcome Baby Girl

Alessandra Torresani and Husband Sturgis Adams Welcome Baby Girl
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She shared the happy news on Instagram with a sweet photo of her newborn daughter’s hand resting on top of hers. 在照片里, the baby wears a bracelet that reads “女士” while Torresani sports a similar one readingLady’s Mom.

Torresani also explains that she and Adams landed on the name Lady after searching for somethingas unique as the experience we’ve had bringing her into this world so far,” and Francis is a beloved name on both sides of their growing family.

Since the day I found out I was pregnant, I just naturally referred to her as my ‘Little Lady.Instead of a baby shower, I even had a Little Lady Shower,” she recounts. “We never planned on this being her name, it was only a cute nickname that gave her a little more substance since she never felt like just a ‘babyinside me.

Courtesy Alessandra Torresani

Courtesy Alessandra Torresani
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“后 21 hours of labor, much of which consisted of dancing out to Frank Sinatra and Frankie Valli, but still without an ‘official’ 姓名, we started to realize that there might be no other name for her but Lady! We are looking forward to her redefining a word we might think we know,” Torresani adds.

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五月, 这 EmotionAL Support podcast host shared her exciting pregnancy news with PEOPLE and opened up about her experience living with bipolar 1 disorder while pregnant.

Alessandra Torresani photographed in Los Angeles, 那, on April 25, 2022. Photographer: Jana Cruder Hair: Scott King/The Only Agency Makeup:Brittany Spyksma Howard Stylist: Kimmy Erin Clothing Credits: 裙子: Jen's Pirate Booty rings: Bisoulovely and Gorjana

Alessandra Torresani photographed in Los Angeles, 那, on April 25, 2022. Photographer: Jana Cruder Hair: Scott King/The Only Agency Makeup:Brittany Spyksma Howard Stylist: Kimmy Erin Clothing Credits: 裙子: Jen’s Pirate Booty rings: Bisoulovely and Gorjana
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The actress explained that she was diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder at age 22 and started taking medication for what she described as thevolcanic eruptions inside my body.

Medicine saved my life,” said Torresani. “和, I was told from the beginning that if I want to have children, I’m going to have to get off it. That idea was always there: ‘It’s dangerous. Can’t have a baby like this.’ “

Torresani said she only recently learned that this isn’t true, and she could’ve stayed on the medication she had been taking for 12 年, lamotrigine, which she weaned off because she was pregnant with her first child.

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三月, Torresani interviewed a Cedars-Sinai specialist in reproductive psychology for her mental-health podcast, EmotionAL Support. “And when I explained how I was not on my medication, she was shocked,” 女演员说. “It was confusing. You hear so many different stories and theories.

During her pregnancy, Torresani revealed to PEOPLE that she suffered threeterrifyingbipolar relapses.

At the time of her third trimester, Torresani said she was feeling better and looking forward — and outward, interviewing experts and recording a new season of EmotionAL Support while also nesting for baby.

The information about medication safety should be common knowledge to every OB,” Torresani said. “I just want a healthy baby — and I want more from the medical community.