Topanga Lawrence is pregnant! Well, sort of. Actress Danielle Fishel, who played Lawrence on Boy Meets World is pregnant with her first child. Keep reading to learn all about her pregnancy thus far and her life.
Fishel’s husband, Jensen Karp, announced the pregnancy while on the radio on January 2, 2019. “My wife and I, Danielle Fishel, are having a son in July,” Karp says, shocking the radio hosts. Fishel shared a video clip on Instagram of Karp spilling the news.
Fishel and Karp got married on November 4, 2019. The world truly is small because John Mayer stood up in the wedding as one of Karp’s groomsmen.
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GUYS. We’re having a baby boy. Couldn’t be more excited to raise a sweet little dumpling with @daniellefishel. Even though we used one of those websites and found out it will look like the monster in the next photo...
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Fishel celebrated her engagement anniversary on Instagram with a cute image of her and Jensen, saying, “One year ago today was one of the best days of my life when @jensenkarp proposed and I said “YES!” My entire life came together when we fell in love and now, this July, we get to raise this little stinker who is currently kicking me from the inside. #FBF”
Fishel has documented her pregnancy journey on social media. Everything from bump progress to her cravings, Fishel is open about her pregnancy.
On March 7, 2019, Fishel shared a mirror picture of herself in profile showing off her baby bump. She captioned the image, “Half way there, baby. #20weeks.”
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Half way there, baby. #20weeks
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She posted her first baby bump photo back in early February 2019. She’s already got hashtags going for her unborn son, “#babykarp” and “#babykarp2019.”
As all mothers know, taste buds change during pregnancy. And on one particular day, Fishel’s taste buds made her want shakes. On January 13, 2019, Fishel shared a picture of herself sipping on a shake from Ruby’s Shake Shop.
“Pregnancy cravings have been mostly salt related, (pre-pregnancy I had such a sweet tooth) BUT I have been craving milkshakes and nothing would do except my favorite Oreo chocolate shake, made by my best friend Ruby at @shakeshopnoho. Not an ad – they just make the best shakes. 🥛🤝🤰”
‘Napping with wild abandon’
The day her husband announced their pregnancy on the radio, Fishel shared a picture of baby shoes with a lengthy caption about what she’s been doing during her pregnancy thus far.
“I’m eating for two. I’m napping with wild abandon. Baby shoes. Baby clothes. (I’m shopping). I’m nesting. I’m reading books. I’m madly in love with my husband. I cry at commercials. I’m a walking cliché. I’ve got baby apps. I’m confident. I feel inadequate. I’m showing one day and the next I’m not. I’m nervous. I’m excited. He’s due in July. We can’t wait. #BabyKarp2019”
Fishel on pregnancy: ‘very lucky’
Fishel told USA Today about her pregnancy saying she’s been lucky so far.
“I have been very lucky with a smooth and easy pregnancy,” Fishel said. “I didn’t have any morning sickness, but it hasn’t been without its emotional highs and lows.”
“And you envision being pregnant. But then you have this body that is taken over by something that is out of your control. And many days I weighed myself and would see the number on the scale go up and my logical mind said that’s realistic, you’re growing a human body,” Fishel added.
“On the other hand, I’m used to being in control. And I guess entering into motherhood, you have even less control of certain things and I’ll have to get used to that.”
She and Karp have a name they are “very fond of” already picked out for their son.
Life after ‘Boy Meets World’
After Boy Meets World wrapped in 2000, Fishel went to college where she majored in psychology. She also starred in the Boy Meets World spinoff series, Girl Meets World. The show got canceled but Fishel continued working on kid-focused projects. She went from acting to directing with Disney’s original show Sydney to the Max, according to USA Today.
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