Thursday, July 30, 2015

6ABC's Jamie Apody announces she's expecting

Congrats to the 6ABC sports reporters

6ABC's Jamie Apody announces she's expecting

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In this 2008 photo, Jamie Apody of 6ABC does her sports report with a Flyers "drinking glove."( FILE PHOTO - ERIC MENCHER / Inquirer Staff Photographer )
In this 2008 photo, Jamie Apody of 6ABC does her sports report with a Flyers "drinking glove."( FILE PHOTO - ERIC MENCHER / Inquirer Staff Photographer )

Congrats to 6ABC sports reporter, and expert home run hitter, Jamie Apody who announced tonight that she and husband Paul Coleman are expecting their second son together. The soon-to-be baby will join 16-month-old Tanner.

No word on the new name, but 6 anchor Rick Williams joked that Richard is always a fantastic choice for a moniker.

"Paul and I are so thrilled to be welcoming another little boy!" Apody told me. "Becoming parents last year and watching Tanner grow has been the most magical journey for us, and we just can’t WAIT to give him a little brother!"

Apody announced she is due in April.

There will be quite a few baby showers at 6ABC's studios. Both Nydia Han and Alicia Vitarelli are also expecting.

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