On a personal note, I want to take this opportunity to say congratulations to Sarah, Peter, and little Micah on such exciting and blessed news. Sarah was absolutely glowing during her first pregnancy – as you may remember – and to know she’ll get to share that happiness on screen as April this time around is exciting for all of her fans. Congratulations to your family, Sarah, and know we’re all sending good thoughts and well wishes you way!

Sarah Drew won’t need much help from the prop department: she’s pregnant!

The Grey’s Anatomy actress is expecting her second child with husband Peter Lanfer, her rep confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.

The couple, who are already parents to 2½-year-old son Micah Emmanuel, will welcome their new addition in December.

“Peter and I are delighted to announce our pregnancy,” Drew tells PEOPLE. “We can’t wait to introduce Micah to his little brother or sister.”

On the season finale of Grey’s, it was revealed that Drew’s character, April Kepner, is expecting her first child with her onscreen husband Jackson Avery, played by new dad Jesse Williams.

And while she’ll be busy balancing her expanding family with the upcoming season of her hit show, Drew recently admitted her son makes motherhood look easy.

“He does have tantrums now and again, but for the most part, he’s incredibly sweet and funny and such a good boy,” she said. “He’s a lot easier than a lot of toddlers. I’m very, very lucky.”


As announced today on the official twitter, Moms’ Night Out will be coming out on DVD and Blu-Ray September 2nd! Check out a sampling of some of the bonus features you’ll get in addition to the movie:

Commentary with Directors Andrew and Jon Erwin, along with Producer Kevin Downes
Deleted Scenes
Blooper Reel
Special Featurettes:
-The Heart of MOMS’ NIGHT OUT
-The Art of Improv
-The Art of Action

Exclusive CBA Edition DVD Also Includes:
-Alex Kendrick’s On-Set Devotional
-The Difference Between Moms and Dads
-Inside with Sarah Drew
-Testimony with Andrea Logan White
-Grief and Growing with Abbie Cobb

You can pre-order the movie – which will be available on September 2nd – on various online sites, including: Amazon, Christian Book, Christian Cinema, and Family Christian. Make sure you pre-order your copy today!

On the 7th, Sarah attended an event to promote Moms’ Night Out! I’ve added 21 high quality photos to the gallery, you can check them out below!

I’ve added 445 HD, logoless screencaps from the season finale of Grey’s Anatomy. In addition, I’ve also added one bonus episode still from the episode!

GREY’S ANATOMY > SEASON 10 > [10x24] Fear (of the Unknown) > Screencaps

GREY’S ANATOMY > SEASON 10 > [10x24] Fear (of the Unknown) > Episode Stills

Check out a sneak peek for tonight’s season finale of Grey’s Anatomy below! Isn’t it great to see April taking control of the ER in preparation for the incoming traumas? Don’t forget: Grey’s airs at 9pm EST tonight on ABC!

I’ve added screepcaps from the last two weeks’ of Grey’s Anatomy to the gallery – We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and Everything I Try to Do, Nothing Seems to Turn Out Right.

The clip below was featured during Sarah’s interview yesterday on The View! Check out this sneak peek featuring April, Jackson, and Callie!

I’ve updated the gallery with a number of new additions – including caps from Grey’s Anatomy – and some new photos in the Mom’s Night Out album! Check out 84 new photos in the album below, as well as one from the after-party!

APPEARANCE > 2014 > 04-29: Mom’s Night Out – Los Angeles Premiere
APPEARANCE > 2014 > 04-29: Mom’s Night Out – After-Party

With a huge thanks to my friend Gabe of ashleesimpson.org, I’ve added 350 high quality photos of Sarah attending the Mom’s Night Out premiere! Sarah was joined by many of her Grey’s Anatomy cast mates – including Chandra Wilson (Bailey), Sandra Oh (Cristina), and Kevin McKidd (Owen) who are pictured in the photos below.

Don’t forget, Mom’s Night Out premieres May 9th!

Both TV Guide and The Hollywood Reporter took to the Grey’s Anatomy set to ask the cast members what they’ll miss most about Sandra Oh. Check out what Sarah had to say about her castmate:

From TV Guide: “I can’t really imagine her not being here. We’re all just soaking up the last couple weeks that we have with her. We’re all so thrilled for her and so excited for her to move on to the next chapter in her career and her life. She brings such a professionalism, positivity, enthusiasm and artistry to this show that will be sorely missed.” — Sarah Drew

From The Hollywood Reporter: On her favorite memory of working with Oh: “At the end of season nine, we shot April’s flash-mob proposal scene. The day went beautifully, except for the fact that I was sick as a dog the whole time. I showed up at work sick and progressively got worse as the hours went on. When we finished my coverage, at the end of the 10-hour scene, I was so sick and so exhausted that I walked back to where the actors were sitting in a comatose daze. Sandra leapt up when she saw me and said, ‘Oh Sarah. Are you OK?” I proceeded to collapse on to the floor right where I stood in a puddle of tears and immediately she and Sara Ramirez rushed to care for me. Sandra and Sara spent the next, I don’t know how long, encouraging me, holding me, rushing to get things for me and basically just pouring love out on me. I was so moved by that experience. I felt so loved, so cared for and so grateful to get to work alongside these precious sisters. I could tell you a million stories about Sandra’s incredible work ethic, artistic generosity, passion and hilarious antics, but what I love the most about her is her character. Her kindness and her unwavering integrity. I’ve spent the last five years watching Sandra care for the people on set — from the top-billed stars, to the underappreciated PAs — and I know everyone on that set will agree with me. I for one will miss her desperately.”