SAMILLE Muirhead is still getting used to being mum to a boy.
"I have to wear a raincoat when I'm changing him!" she jokes.
The radio personality can be forgiven. After all, she gave birth to her first son just three days ago.
Sami and husband Sam celebrated the birth of Nixon Sam Bohner on Thursday night at Sunshine Coast Private Hospital.
Nixon was a big boy, weighing 4.3kg.
The couple didn't know the sex of their second child, so the transition from a house full of pink to all things blue is still a work in progress.
"Nixon is already a member of the Brisbane Lions supporters and has his first Sherrin (football)," Sami said.
"Nixon got his first truck and I was mortified. I had all these girl things and frilly hats and necklaces ready.
"We have the pair now. It's amazing. We are just so lucky."
Sami said Nixon's big sister Avalon was still getting used to the idea of having a baby brother.
"Avalon met Nixon on Friday and she was disinterested to be honest," Sami said.
"But at one stage we got excited because she ran up to him, then we realised he had chips in the seat next to him. She grabbed the chips and ran.
"I think at this point in time she likes her dog brothers better than human brothers."
The name Nixon holds special significance for Sami as it is her mother's maiden name. She said her mum and maternal grandmother had been big influences on her life and upbringing.
"Nixon has a very special meaning to me and I'm grateful Sam has let us name our boy after something that means so much to my side of the family," she said.
Sami worked up until two days before the birth and the labour was induced as she was a week overdue.
She admitted she was anxious about going into the birthing room again after a difficult labour with Avalon.
"I remember how it was last time and I was quite scared and daunted," she said.
"I wanted the baby but not the horrible labour."
Sami plans to return to her breakfast radio gig in January but she isn't ruling out the possibility of having a third child.
"Maybe we will go for another one, but we will just see how we go and how I go going back to work," she said.
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