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Alyssa Milano Welcomes Baby Boy!

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Alyssa Milano has an extensive resume: actress, author, designer, activist, vegetarian and Twitterer extraordinaire. And now she can add a new title to the list: Mom.

Milano, who announced in March that she was expecting a boy, welcomed son Milo on Wednesday morning, and promptly tweeted her excitement, saying “Thank you for all the well wishes for my son Milo. My heart has tripled in size. I love him more than all the leaves on all the trees.”

Milano is a longtime vegetarian, and maintained her lifestyle while pregnant. Although there’s no word yet on whether she plans to raise Milo on a vegetarian diet, it certainly seems like a possibility. After all she did use her “bump” to help raise money for UNICEF, so it seems as though she’ll continue to expose him to activism and animal-rights as he grows.

And despite Milano’s very large bump, Milo was not overdue. Just last week, she took to Twitter to tell concerned fans, “Guys, I’m not over due… Not even close. I’m normal amounts of pregnant. Patience. Let the little dude do what he needs to do. Patience.”

As it turns out, her due date wasn’t until later this month. Although he was a few weeks early, Milo arrived happy and healthy, weighing in at 7 pounds. And with a green mama like Milano, he’s sure to live a Charmed life, indeed. Here’s hoping she and hubby David Bugliari already installed car seats in their electric cars!

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