Alyssa Scott is ready for her little one to arrive.
"Well, quick bumpdate—still pregnant," Alyssa explained. "I cannot believe it."
Alyssa noted that she recently got a membrane sweep—something that helped before during her pregnancy with her now 4-year-old daughter Zeela.
"I got swept a few days ago thinking that would get things going, but it didn't," she continued. "It worked really well with Zeela. I had her that night but here we are." Alyssa joked of her expectant newborn, "This is gonna be a big baby."
Now Alyssa is looking towards other methods and good vibes from viewers to help get the process going. She added, "I've officially been pregnant all year. Send me some delivery energy guys."
And it appears Instagram users not only sent Alyssa the energy she needs, but also some tips as well. She shared footage of her daughter riding on a bike while she followed behind "doing the one legged curb walk & some of the other suggestions tooo!"
But just because Alyssa is ready to turn the page in this pregnancy chapter doesn't mean she isn't soaking up every minute.
"Even with the discomfort and anticipation… I have enjoyed this pregnancy more that I can say," she wrote. "I feel so blessed to be given this gift."
Alyssa first announced her pregnancy to the public in October, almost one year after her and Nick's son Zen passed away at just 5-months-old due to brain cancer in December 2021. Nick is also dad to 11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-wife Mariah Carey; 5-year-old son Golden "Sagon," 23-month-old daughter Powerful Queen and 2-month-old son Rise Messiah with Brittany Bell; 17-month-old twin sons Zion and Zillion and newborn daughter Beautiful Zeppelin with Abby De La Rosa; 5-month-old son Legendary Love with Bre Tiesi and 2-month-old daughter Onyx Ice with LaNisha Cole.
Back in February, Alyssa reflected on the loss of her late son and how her love for him is everlasting.
"I know you love me, Zen. You are everywhere. I see you in everything beautiful. When I hear a baby giggle, when I see children playing. You are there," she wrote on Instagram Feb. 13. "My last words to you were 'I'm here, I love you.' That will ring true until the end of time."