Anna Chlumsky Talks Pregnancy Cravings, Baby Names and Nursery Prep

Celebrity Moms Apr. 19, 2013 AT 8:15AM
My Girl star and Veep actress Anna Chlumsky talks pregnancy cravings, baby names and nursery prep. My Girl star and Veep actress Anna Chlumsky talks pregnancy cravings, baby names and nursery prep. Credit: David Livingston/Getty

Anna Chlumsky is slowly but surely getting ready for baby. The 32-year-old actress, who is expecting her first child, a baby girl, with husband Shaun So, shared an update on her pregnancy with Us Weekly at the Hollywood premiere of Season 2 of her HBO show Veep on April 9.

"I've been pretty lucky," Chlumsky, who confirmed her pregnancy in late March, told Us. "It's been a drama free pregnancy so far."

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The actress can't even cop to any strange pregnancy cravings. "I just want pastries a lot, but I mean it's nothing weird. I'm not waking my husband up at 2:00 in the morning to go to 7/11 or anything like that," she explained. "It's been pretty controlled. I'm able to pretty much figure out where it belongs in my regimen, I think."

The couple has been taking it nice and slow when it comes to setting up then nursery. "We got a crib, so step one is good. It will live somewhere," Chlumsky said with a laugh.

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As for painting the walls, the laid-back actress shared, "I think I'm going to leave that white and then just put in pops of color with accessories because I just don't want to paint."

The first-time parents-to-be are also starting to come up with a few names for their future daughter.

"I've got my thoughts, but we're going to meet her [first]," Chlumsky said. "I have a shortlist and then when we meet her at the hospital, we'll see what is right."

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"We like things to be original so you're not confusing your kid for some other person," she added, "but I'm not going to be naming it after a political movement or anything. It will be somewhat traditional, I think."

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