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Sarah Drew Gives Birth to First Child!

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Grey's Anatomy star Sarah Drew has given birth to a baby boy named Micah Emmanuel Lanfer. It's the first child for the actress and her husband, Peter Lanfer. Congratulations to the happy family!

Micah was born at 6:21 p.m. Wednesday and weighed in at 7 lbs., 4 oz and is 19 inches long. Sarah did not know his gender until they met. With that, the extended Grey's Anatomy family has grown again.

The now-second youngest member arrived when Eric Dane welcomed his second daughter, Billie, with wife Rebecca Gayheart in late December. And there's already another arrival waiting in the wings.

Next up? Yesterday, we reported that Jessica Capshaw is pregnant again, with her third child.

Here's a cute picture of Sarah in late November, when she was about seven months along:

Sarah Drew Pregnant Pic

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I didn't even see her pregnant on the show! Filming around pregnancies has come a long way! Congrats!

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Congrats to Sarah Drew! That's awesome.

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