Jasmine Roth is going to be a mother! The Hidden Potential star and her husband Brett Roth shared the exciting news on October 29. Their baby is due to arrive on April 27, 2020, and the couple is thrilled about becoming parents for the first time.
“The word ‘excited’ just doesn’t properly serve the emotions, feelings and overall smile I have been carrying since finding out the news,” the couple gushed. “I have always admired (with a complete sense of awe) seeing parents raising their children, and I feel like I’m finally getting to join the club. And what an exclusive club it is!”
Brett, 34, and Jasmine, 35, were roommates in college and tied the knot in 2013. However, they waited on starting a family in order to focus on their careers and travel together. Now, the couple believes they are ready to balance raising a family with Jasmine’s HGTV show and them each running multiple companies.
“We have literally checked off most of our bucket list in regards to travel,” Jasmine revealed. “I think we will always be entrepreneurs and global travelers, and I hope that will be a big part of our child’s life as well.”
Jasmine described her first trimester as difficult. “Morning sickness is no joke and it’s not just in the morning, it’s all day,” she confessed. However, she said it’s totally worth it, and is in awe of what her body can do.
The Hidden Potential star also opened up about her cravings. “The weirdest one I have had was one night at about 9 p.m., I made my husband go out and buy a Cobb salad from IHOP for me,” Justine sad. “No idea where that idea came from, but it sounded really good at the time. Baby gets what baby wants!” She also added that she’s been “living off” boxed mac and cheese.
Even though Brett and Jasmine are “over-the-moon excited” about the next phase of their life, the news is still sinking in for the expectant mother and she’s “beyond nervous” about it. “I’ll get out of a meeting and then suddenly think, ‘Oh my goodness, we’re having a baby!’ I’m sure every new mom goes through this, but it’s a wild feeling not knowing what’s going to happen. Already I have learned patience. I have had to let go of control and trust my body, and I know this little one is going to change everything in the best way,” she said.
Jasmine continued, “I know this is going to be the hardest job I have ever signed up for. I’m reading all the books and blogs, finding podcasts, joining mom groups to try and feel prepared, but I know that what really matters is that this child will be loved beyond belief.”