Grey’s Anatomy Star Sarah Drew and Her New “Kids” (PHOTO)
Credit: Sarah Drew's Twitter    

Grey's Anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy Star Sarah Drew and Her New “Kids” (PHOTO)

Grey's Anatomy star Sarah Drew (April Kepner) had her first child, son Micah Emmanual Lanfer, less than a year ago, but she already has new kids in her life — on screen!

As we've previously reported, Sarah is currently working on a film reportedly called Mom's Night Out. It's a family comedy starring Sarah as a "super-mom" whose one night out goes horribly awry. Her husband is played by Lord of the Rings star Sean Austin, and now we can round out the happy family with these pics of Sarah's on-screen kids.

Sarah tweeted the adorable picture above, writing, "With 2 of my 3 on screen kiddos! Sooo cute :)" We totally agree! Whoever was in charge of casting did a great job, because these sweet children definitely look like they could be Sarah's.

If you're not already having cuteness overload, you can see another pic of Sarah and her on-screen kids here. We're already marking our calendars for this film!

Here's a summary of the film via Sean Astin fan site Hope Unquenchable:

It’s a story about a mother named Allyson [Sarah Drew], who has three wonderful, energetic, creative, imaginative, industrious (and did we mention energetic?) children all under the age of seven. She is attempting to be “Super-Mom,” but it’s only making her super-stressed and super-tired. So when her husband Sean [Sean Astin] suggests she take a night off with her friends, she figures a nice relaxing dinner with some good grown-up conversation will be just the break they all need. But when “nice relaxing dinner” turns into nachos at the bowling alley, and leads to talking herself out of jail, it is clear that something has gone wrong… terribly wrong

Source: @SarahDrewGreys

Rebecca Martin is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @BeccaDMartin.

06.3.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Rebecca Martin
Related: Grey's Anatomy, TV Stars, Sarah Drew

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