I still wake up to pee 10 times a night and sometimes also to make a peanut butter, honey, and banana sandwich.
I had my first good night this week, after I got a Snoogle [pregnancy pillow].
The "Hills" alum took to her blog this week, for the 10 year anniversary of the show, to answer fans' burning questions about the beloved MTV reality series.
Though cast members have talked about how scripted the show actually was, Audrina says there were a lot of real relationships too.
After eight years of on-again-off-again, they got engaged last year. “My entire life has changed in a year,” says Patridge. I was filming constantly and living a very selfish lifestyle. After I have the baby, I have no idea what size my breasts will be or if my hips will go down or get bigger. As far as friends go, we only invited the ones who’ve been there for us in the past year and who will continue to be there for us for the next 30. If we were doing a really big wedding, I’d invite them, but we’re keeping it intimate. I didn’t want to rush getting married, because stress is bad for the baby. If we take a honeymoon, we’re definitely bringing her—and my little sister, so she can watch the baby while we go out to dinner or snorkel. If I had to hire a stranger to babysit, I’d probably freak out.
"We were both ironically from the OC and he slipped me a paper with his number and offered to do my hair.And despite what her on-screen ex Justin Bobby said about their romance being solely a "working relationship," Patridge says they were very much a couple in real life and not just for the show."I have been asked this question a few times, as well.For more information on Bohan and Patridge, click through our gallery of Bohan's best Instagram photos. But, the guy that really stood out from the crowd was Mc Kinley High School’s resident bad boy, Noah Puckerman, played by no other than the bad-ass that is Mark Salling.