Soleil Moon Frye, better known to her fans as the erstwhile Punky Brewster, welcomed a baby boy into the world. She has dubbed the little infant with a musical name, in the same manner as her two elder daughters already possess.
She played a cute little girl character on the show “Punky Brewster” way back in the 80s. Today, Soleil Moon Frye is a grownup and mother of two adorable daughters. She has given her daughters musical names.
Poet and Jagger are eight and five years old respectively. Now, though she has given birth to another bundle of joy and it is a boy. Quite contrary to her expectations, the birth of a boy after two girls is cause for immense delight.
Her daughters plan to dress him up and paint nail polish on his hands and feet when he grows up. She is glad that the entrance of the baby boy in her family will evoke the maternal instincts of her two daughters.
The name she has chosen for her little Alpha Male is Lyric Sonny Roads Goldberg. After the birth, Soleil took to the social pages online to discuss and post pictures of her little angel. It was quite a heavy delivery at nine pounds.
All her family and friends are so happy for her. When asked if she planned on having anymore children, Soleil remarked that it was up to her husband. She mentioned in a lighthearted manner that she could end up having a whole zoo at her residence.
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