Simply, thank you for being you." Brooklyn, 30, also gave onlookers the first glimpse of her tiny baby bump, which was just visible as she supported her husband at his induction ceremony.
Your hormones are crazy, you're going on no sleep, and to be thrown into work during that time, I actually felt like Superwoman.
Eventually reality came crashing down, and sleep deprivation hit me about two months later, but it made me feel really good.
Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick are expecting their second child, the former tennis pro announced while being inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, on Saturday, July 22.
“Brook, I don’t know how you juggle it all,” the athlete gushed, via E! “You hear a lot of guys find it very tough to walk away from professional sports, but you are the reason my personal transition into a quasi-everyday life has been gratifying and full.
Hank will someday realize how lucky he is, and our daughter that’s coming will also realize she has the best mother on Earth.” Earlier this year, Decker opened up about balancing motherhood and her job.