Ashly Costa Welcomes Son Enoch Daniel

08/01/2009 at 08:00 AM ET
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It’s another boy for former Dancing With the Stars professional dancer Ashly DelGrosso Costa and her husband, field producer Mike Costa. The couple welcomed son Enoch Daniel Costa at 6:11 p.m. on Friday, July 24, according to Ashly’s Facebook. Baby boy weighed in at 7 lbs. and measured 19 ½ inches in length.

Writes the “proud mother of 2,”

“Wow, I did it again all natural!!”

Enoch — which means “dedicated” in Hebrew — joins big brother Ammon Michael, 2, at home.

The pregnancy was announced in April.

Source: Ashly Costa’s Facebook

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Sofie on

Congrats and good for her for having an au natural birth.

Alex on

The name reminds me too much of Enoch Powell, which is definitely not a good thing! Congrats to the family though.

Anonymus on

I find her so adorable! I miss her on DWTS. Congrats! The name is interesting though.

Mira on

Maybe it means “dedicated” in Hebrew, but it also sounds like “eunuch”, which is the term for men who was castrated. Not a good association for a boy.

Elzbieta on

The bible is becoming the best baby name book again.

JMO on

How is it pronounced??

Julie on

it’s pronounced EE-nuhk.
In the Bible Enoch was the eldest son of Cain and the father of Methuselah.

Alex on

JMO, there are apparently differing pronounciations. The most common one I know is E-knock, almost literally how it looks.

Alex on

I though its pron. with CH like in Charles. I like the name Daniel. Congrats to the family!

Ashley on

Ammon and Enoch..I can’t pronounce either of her sons names! (ahhh- men and eee-knock) ??

Mallory on

Ashley, not sure about Enoch (like Alex said, there are different pronounciations) but Ammon is like am-un.

Rachel-Jane on

Enoch makes me think of Enoch Powell too. Or St Enoch, who was a woman! The mother of St Kentigern/Mungo – Glasgow (UK)’s patron saint. There’s a St Enoch shopping centre in Glasgow, but we’d pronounce it Enoch, with a chuh (It’s difficult to type) sound like in loch.

Annabel on

Enoch is my grandpa’s name. We’ve always pronounced it ee-knock, I’ve never heard it pronounced differently =/ Congrats to her and her family!

JMO on

I’ve heard of Ammon not Enoch…thanks for the pronunciations

Karli on

I’m from the same area as Ashley. I’ve always heard it said “EE-nook (nook rhymes with look or took). So if it’s a regional thing, that would be my guess.

Iz on

Iam in love with that name! congrats!!!!!!