Watch Roselyn Sánchez and Eric Winter Fight Over Names For Baby No. 2
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Actors Roselyn Sánchez and Eric Winter are preparing for the arrival of their second child–a baby boy, due in November. While the pair can agree on lots of things, they’re in a tug-of-war over baby names.
When the couple spoke to People Chica about their first children’s book, Sebi and the Land of Cha Cha Cha, they admitted their at a stalemate over what to name their future son. “I’m in the middle, and she’s the extreme,” Winter joked, referring to the way Sánchez’s Puerto Rican background influences her picks. “She just goes hardcore. You’d name the kid mofongo (a traditional Puerto Rican dish) if you could.”
Defending her picks, Sánchez said, “I like unique name!” She also confessed that she thinks Winter’s choices are too bland: “He just wants [the name] to be Jack, Rick or David.” She’s partial to the name Pablo, which came to her in a dream, but her husband shot it down.
Watch their hilarious battle of the names below:
The parents of 5-year-old daughter Sebella Rose recently opened up to People about their long, painful struggle to give Sebella Rose a sibling via in vitro fertilization. “All your life you avoid having children and when you want to have children, it’s so difficult when you leave it for [later in life],” the Devious Maids actress said. The duo didn’t start trying for a baby until Sánchez was in her mid-30s: “I just wish that [conversations about fertility were] more out in the open, so you can make a more educated decision about when you want to become a mom.”
Winter and Sánchez’s children’s book, Sebi and the Land of Cha Cha Cha, is available on Amazon.
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