Jenni Pulos‘ baby girl is already so loved.
The Flipping Out star, husband Dr. Jonathan Nassos and their 3½-year-old daughter Alianna Marika celebrated the couple’s second child on the way with a blush-powered bash held Sunday at friend Krista Levitan‘s Los Angeles home.
Outfitted in a light-pink Rosie Pope maternity dress that accented her growing bump, Pulos, 44, was surrounded by guests including her Flipping Out costars Jeff Lewis and Gage Edward — themselves new parents to daughter Monroe Christine, 6 months (who was also in attendance, alongside Zoila Chavez!).
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Guests were treated to a refreshment spread by Kenneth Plotkin and Tart Bites Bakery, sipping on Vivanco and Patricius Tokaj wines as they mingled with the parents-to-be and their daughter. No one left empty-handed, taking home gift bags stuffed with PRODUCE Tees.
The family of three even paused to take a few fun snaps, donning cute costume pieces and a sign reading “Juju on that beat!”
Pulos confirmed exclusively to PEOPLE in January that she is expecting her second daughter this June, saying, “It was a real miracle.”
“For me, there was this unconditional love I received from my daughter that validated everything that other people hadn’t in my life,” added the mom-to-be, who struggled with infertility and underwent in vitro fertilization to become pregnant. “So when I found out that that would happen again, it was like, this is too great.”
“We had one embryo that they said could be viable,” Pulos recalled. “They said you’d have a 50/50 percent chance that it will work.”
She added, “We had one chance, and through the process we almost stopped because the doctor said, ‘This isn’t looking good.’ And something in me said, go forward.”
Being open about the challenges of second-time conception was imperative for the star. Said Pulos in August, “I think talking about infertility is important. Being open about it and being able to share lets other people understand that they’re not alone.”
- With reporting by MEGAN STEIN and ANYA LEON