The Young and The Restless Spoilers: Elizabeth Hendrickson Sings A Lullaby To Her Baby Girl As She Waits For Her To Arrive
The Young and the Restless spoilers teases Elizabeth Hendrickson played a ukulele and sung a lullaby written by her cousin to her baby girl, as she waits for her to arrive, and posted it on Instagram recently!
Elizabeth Hendrickson’s Due Date Is Overdue By A Couple Of Days
Elizabeth’s due date is overdue by a couple of days at this point, but that’s fairly common for someone in her first successful pregnancy. She has had some miscarriages but this is her first time to make it to full term so she is happy and grateful for that.
She comments, “My cousin @bassoonenough wrote a lullaby for our baby girl. I haven’t played the ukulele in over a year but her lyrics and melody are so sweet hopefully that won’t matter. It only took me about 40 takes because I cried every time i played it. I hope you love it as much as I do.” Science has proven that babies in the womb can hear what’s going on outside mommy’s tummy, so this was a sweet song to her sweet baby!
Elizabeth Hendrickson’s Maternity Journey
Elizabeth had announced her happy news several months ago, writing “No that’s not a belly full of bagels, it’s a belly full of bagels and a baby! We can’t wait to meet our baby GIRL, March 2020. Our journey to getting pregnant has not been easy and I’m looking forward to talk about it more publicly, hear your stories, share experiences, and learn as much as I can from all of you!
I’m finally going to be a mother and I can’t wait for what’s to come!” At 33 weeks she wrote, : “33 weeks and still feeling great! I am so thankful for having the most enjoyable pregnancy. I can’t believe we will have her in our arms and finally meet face to face in just several weeks. I will miss her in my belly. Cherishing this time as much as I can. Every time we walk the Venice canals she dances for joy. This will continue to be our early morning walk to see the ocean when she arrives. I can’t wait 🙂
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My cousin @bassoonenough wrote a lullaby for our baby girl. I haven’t played the ukulele in over a year but her lyrics and melody are so sweet hopefully that won’t matter. It only took me about 40 takes because I cried every time i played it. I hope you love it as much as I do. #lullaby
#33weekspregnant #pregnant #pregnantworkout #pregnancy.” Elizabeth’s road to a successful pregnancy has not been easy for her and her husband Rob Meder; two previous pregnancies resulted in miscarriages both less than eight weeks into the pregnancies. In an article in “CBS Soaps In Depth” in October 2019 she said, “I felt discouraged, incompetent, and started having doubts in myself if I was ever meant to be a mother,” she confessed.
The Stories That Other Women Shared Made Me Realize I Was Not Alone
“I didn’t know how common it was until I started talking about it more openly with my friends and even with women I wasn’t that close with at my business. It helped immensely. The stories that other women shared made me realize I was not alone and at times I felt guilty talking about it when I heard about those who had miscarriages much later than I or had given birth to stillborns. “ “Talk about your experiences,” Hendrickson urged. “Good or bad. You will find a new tribe of support you never knew existed. It’s what gave me the strength and courage to continue to try. We were meant to be parents when the timing was right.
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— The Go To Family (@thegotofamily) March 18, 2020
I couldn’t at the time understand why that was our story but now looking back, I can see it all clearly. What’s meant to be is meant to be. Trust the story being written no matter how it may unfold. It somehow always works out in the end. To all of those who have had similar experiences, I wrap my virtual arms around you and squeeze you tightly. I know how awful it feels. You have support. Please try to talk about it. It helps immensely.” Elizabeth would encourage all mothers who have been through similar situations to keep trying, it can be done! She’s almost there, as is her baby girl!
You can see Elizabeth on the CBS daytime drama “The Young and The Restless”, baby belly and all, as Chloe Mitchell, since her pregnancy was written into the show, and check Celebrity Baby Laundry frequently for all the latest news, updates and developments!