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'Even Stevens' Star Christy Carlson Romano Gives Birth to First Child

by Jennifer Drysdale 1:15 PM PST, December 27, 2016
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Christy Carlson Romano is a mom!

The former Disney star gave birth to a baby girl on Saturday, Christmas Eve, a rep for the actress confirms to ET. Romano and her husband, Brendan Rooney, named their little one Isabella Victoria.

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"Brendan and I are excited to announce the birth of our daughter, Isabella Victoria Rooney! Born Christmas Eve at 3:52 PM. We are so blessed and so thankful for everyone's support during this special time," Romano shared via Instagram on Monday, alongside a sweet shot of herself and Rooney holding Isabella's stocking.

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The 32-year-old actress has definitely had a busy road to baby, taking to Instagram to document the creative ways she balanced pregnancy with holiday preparations.

"When you wanna get your holiday shop on but you're 2cm dialated... #rideordie #costco #swag #nomnom #holiday," she captioned a hilarious snap of herself carting around Costco.

When you wanna get your holiday shop on but you're 2cm dialated...#rideordie #costco #swag #nomnom #holiday

A photo posted by Christy Carlson Romano (@thechristycarlsonromano) on

"Me having a full on conversation with my bump about motivating to get dressed for a holiday party. Haha. I'm trying guys," she wrote alongside another bump-baring shot.

Romano and Rooney, a writer-producer and former Marine, married in 2013, and debuted their pregnancy on the red carpet at the premiere of the 100th Disney Channel Original Movie, Adventures in Babysitting, in June. 

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Romano isn't the only one to give birth on Christmas Eve. Nick and Vanessa Lachey welcomed their third child, son Phoenix Robert, the same day.

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