‘1000lb-Sisters’: Amy Slaton Welcomes Baby No. 2 With Husband Michael [Photos]

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1000lb-Sisters star Amy Slaton has given birth to baby no. 2. She took to Instagram to post a series of adorable pictures from the hospital.

Amy Slaton from 1000lb-Sisters has welcomed a second baby with her husband Michael. She shared the news exclusively with PEOPLE

1000lb-Sisters: Amy Slaton Welcomes Baby No. 2

The TV personality’s baby. Glenn Allen Halterman arrived on July 5 via c-section. Moreover, he weighed 5 lbs. 11 oz and measured 17.5 inches at birth.

“The wait is finally over … Michael and I are happy to announce the birth of our son, Glenn Allen Halterman,” Amy tells PEOPLE. “The delivery was a huge success and now I have both of my miracle boys; our family is complete!”


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To recap, Amy is also a mom to her son Gage Deon Halterman. Gage was born back in November 2020. Amy’s pregnancy and motherhood journey will be documented in the impending fourth season of 1000lb-Sisters.

In her Instagram post, Amy is seen smiling with her husband Michael Slaton. Also, she has tied up her blue hair in a ponytail, In another photo, Gage is smiling down at his baby brother.

Amy revealed the emotions she felt at the time of meeting her son Gage for the first time on the TLC show. “Looking at Gage, I just see his whole future basically, as he’s going off to college,” she said in a confessional.

“It’s emotional,” she added. “You can’t really talk about [it] because you just love him so much you don’t have words to explain how much you love him.” 

Congratulations to the couple on their second baby boy. Share your thoughts in the comments below. Also, watch this space for the latest updates on 1000lb-Sisters.

1000lb-Sisters Amy Slaton Baby No. 2

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