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"Little Women: Dallas" Star Emily Fernandez Reveals She Is Expecting A Baby 2 Years After She Lost Her Son

News by Joey Jordan Published on 22 Sep,2018

Actress Emily Fernandez Expecting Second Baby Two Years After The Death Of Her First Son

  • Emily Fernandez is pregnant again.
  • The 26-year-old Little Women: Dallas star is expecting her second child with her ex-boyfriend Lontel Johnson.
  • The couple welcomed their first son JJ in April 2016, however, he died within 3 months.
  • Fernandez and Johnson have been apart for around a year and they are expecting their second child through IVF and he is reportedly planning to get back together with her after she got pregnant.

Emily Fernandez is over the moon!

The Little Women: Dallas star is expecting a baby with her ex-boyfriend Lontel Johnson around two years after her first son Lontel Jahnar Johnson Jr. (JJ) died when he was only 3 months old.

The 26-year-old actress, who goes by her rapper name "Right Cheek" announced she is expecting a baby boy again on Friday, 21st September.

Fernandez took to her Instagram sharing a snap alongside pal Bri "Left Cheek" Barlup where the mother-to-be wrote: "This was 3 months ago lol just imagine how things are now."

 
 
 
 
 
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This was 3 months ago  lol just imagine how things are now @leftcheeklg

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TMZ reported that Fernandez is expecting her second son through in-vitro-fertilization with Lontel Johnson, Little Women; Dallas season 2 co-star. The couple, who welcomed their first child together, aren't together from last year, however, Johnson is reportedly planning to be a part of their upcoming baby's life.

The couple welcomed their first son together on April 27, 2016. Before they welcomed their son, JJ, Fernandez said their baby experienced several health complications, including blood around his brain, and seizures. Still, the couple believed that their son would pull up after his birth, but JJ couldn't even hear and see.

He had been treated on a ventilator before the parents decided to take him out of the ventilator. She said,

We realized that he was living his life in fear.

She continued,

He would panic every time a nurse would come to change his diaper because he couldn’t hear or see them. Not to mention all the surgeries he had to undergo in that state of constant fear. It was heartbreaking for me to see him suffer.

But unfortunately, three months after his birth, JJ died in early August 2016. Then, Fernandez shared multiple family photos on Instagram grieving her son's loss.

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