Jamie Anne Allman is a first-time mother after giving birth to twin boys.
The Notebook star and her True Blood hunk husband Marshall Allman welcomed sons Asher James and Oliver Charles on 31 January (13), but were only recently able to take their sons home after they were born 81 days before their due date.
She tells UsMagazine.com, "Oliver was 2 lbs., 11 oz., and he was discharged at 7 lbs., 7 oz. Asher was 3 lbs., but he was discharged from the hospital at 8 lbs., 1 oz."
And the new mom reveals the labour experience was traumatic because her husband threw up and passed out in the delivery room: "I was so nervous because I wanted to help him and I couldn't do anything. So I just said, 'You gotta get out of here!' He started crawling out of the operating room on all fours. We'll never forget that one because he videotaped the babies coming out, and right when they came out, boom! The camera stops."
Meanwhile, Jamie Anne Allman admits she's glad her pregnancy is over after spending weeks on bed rest suffering from gestational diabetes.
"She adds, "I puked seven to 12 times a day, and then I peed my pants every time I puked. I popped blood vessels all around my eyes from every time I vomited, and, if I moved slightly, I would puke, so I couldn't really walk to the bathroom...Then I got a bladder infection."
However, the actress insists she and her brood are now as healthy as ever, explaining she feels "totally" great and happy to have two "normal" kids.