The Spelling brood is expanding once more, but this time it's Tori Spelling's younger brother Randy who is the bearer of happy news. The Portland-based life coach and his wife, Leah Stutz, welcomed their second daughter together on Sunday, Feb.3, a rep confirmed exclusively to Us Weekly.
"We are all doing really well and adjusting to the lack of sleep!" the 34-year-old father told Us. "Her sister Sage immediately started calling her baby LoLo!"
"The lack of sleep mixed with the abundance of gratitude is like drinking the best cup of coffee in Alice in Wonderland!" he added.
Randy and Leah's bundle of joy, whom they named Lotus Elodie Spelling, weighed in at 6 lbs. 12 oz, and will join older sister Sage, 19 months, leaving Randy the odd man out. When the couple announced their baby news back in September, he was adamant about not knowing his second child's gender.
"We want to be surprised," he told Celebuzz at the time. Older sister Tori, 39, had made the same decision prior to their son Finn's birth on Aug. 30. (The Craft Wars host is also mom to Liam, 5, Stella, 4, and Hattie, 10 months. She is stepmom to son Jack, 13, from husband Dean McDermott's previous marriage.)
Prior to becoming a life coach, Randy -- who was the son of socialite Candy and the late TV producer Aaron -- was an actor like his sister, guest-starring on his late father Aaron's shows 7th Heaven and Beverly Hills, 90210.