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Edyta Sliwinska Welcomes Baby Boy with Husband Alec Mazo

By Vishakha Sonawane / Jan 10, 2014 08:29 AM EST
  • Edyta Sliwinska
  • (Photo : Twitter/Edyta Sliwinska ) Edyta Sliwinska and Alec Mazo welcomed baby boy, Saturday!

Edyta Sliwinska and Alec Mazo, who announced the pregnancy in October, welcomed son Michael Alexander Mazo on January 4.

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 "We are extremely happy and in love with him. So far it's been the most amazing experience of my life," the 32-year-old mommy confirmed the news to PEOPLE magazine.

 "Even though I've been told how incredible it is to be a mom, I never imagined I would enjoy so much every minute spent with my little munchkin."

 

Edyta welcomed baby boy with husband Alec Mazo.
Edyta welcomed baby boy with husband Alec Mazo.

The 'Dancing with the Stars' fame Edyta had earlier revealed that she was planning for the baby for two years. "We've been together for 13 years; married for six. We were both so ready for it and we've been planning on this for the past couple of years," she said.

Edyta and Alec married in 2007 and are well-known for their performances in 'Dancing with the Stars.' Alec was on the show for four continuous years while Edyta was appeared on 10 seasons of the dance competition.

After the 10th season of 'Dancing with the Stars,' Edyta said she would like to start a family. "Time to think about my future. I'm pursuing my education and looking forward to other projects that perhaps you will hear about, but my main goal is to finish my degree and start building a family," she wrote on her Facebook wall.

While announcing pregnancy, Edyta said she was facing morning sickness but was able to handle it. "I'm feeling great, although being pregnant is not always easy, particularly the first few months," she confessed to E! Online. "I was suffering from nausea and I'm really glad it's over now." She also added that she could not exercise much due to pregnancy.

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