Elisabeth Rohm gives birth

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Law and Order actress Elisabeth Rohm's dream has come true: she gave birth to her first child, a girl, last week in Los Angeles. She and fiance, Ron Wooster welcomed Easton August Anthony, who weighed 6 lbs, 13 oz, and measured 18 inches long.

The child's sex was no surprise for Rohm, who believes that having that information beforehand helps with the bonding process. "It's such a long time in your stomach, and it's nice to know it's a she - it makes the relationship between us more concrete," she said.

You may recall that Easton's name came to Elisabeth in a dream. "I had a really long dream where my daughter and I were talking and she told me her name was 'Easton,' " Elisabeth told OK!. "At the time, we were going to name her Grace, so we decided we liked the name she told me and, now, she's Easton."

But what about that Anthony at the end of Easton's name? That, according to Rohm's rep, is a nod to her husband's "other surname".
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