Pregnant Jamie-Lynn Sigler Shares Bathroom Selfie of Her Baby Bump

"We're getting there ... " actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who is expecting her second son, captioned a baby bump selfie Tuesday

Photo: Jamie Lynn Sigler

Jamie-Lynn Sigler is extremely close to being a mom of two.

The Sopranos alum shared a new photo to Instagram Tuesday, showing off her growing baby bump under a long fitted gray dress.

“We’re getting there … ” she captioned the bathroom mirror selfie.

Sigler, 36, and husband Cutter Dykstra are currently expecting their second child — another boy. Their son Beau Kyle is 4.

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Sigler announced her pregnancy on social media in July, posting a snap of herself alongside five positive pregnancy tests and writing, “This is the actual pic I sent my husband this past Mother’s Day while lying on the bathroom floor. I had just returned from Israel, was jet lagged, and didn’t believe my eyes.”

“So had to obviously be 5x over sure,” she added. “We are SO excited to announce the arrival of another little one in just a few short months.”

The actress and her baseball-player husband, 28, took Beau on a Hawaiian vacation in August, with Sigler — who announced later in July that baby No. 2 would be another boy — showing off her growing bump in a bikini.

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Earlier this year, Sigler opened up to PEOPLE about the ups and downs of parenthood, revealing that open lines of communication with other moms have been helpful.

“The thing that helps me most is just talking to my girlfriends about it,” she said. “I think being really open and honest about what you’re dealing with [is important.] I don’t try to pretend that I’m doing it perfect and that things are all smooth and wonderful.”

She added, “It’s tough, especially with a toddler. But I want him to be strong-minded and I want him to be the way he is, but there’s definitely moments where I feel like I have no idea what I’m doing a lot of the time.”

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