Keshia Knight Pulliam has already said she's done crying over her divorce.
But that doesn't mean the former Cosby Show actress is done thinking about it.
In fact, Pulliam says she actually used her legal split from Ed Hartwell as inspiration for her impending baby's middle name.
"I was back and forth on if I wanted to share this or not, but I decided that I would because it is so hard for me to keep it in," Pulliam said today on her podcast, Kandidly Keshia.
She then dropped the baby name bomb:
"I'm so excited about her. Her name is…Ella Grace."
The 37-year-old went on to explain that she had already picked her daughter's first name... but the middle name came to mind after the recent back-and-forth with her estranged husband.
"I knew Ella was going to be my first baby girl's first name. Then in the midst of all of this is when she's earned her middle name, Grace," Keshia said.
"When I tell you through all of this the grace of God has so been with us and has covered us and protected us - she's been my saving grace to get through it.
"It's knowing that it's not about me. Knowing that on days when I want to curl up in the bed, pull the covers over my head and cry until my eyes fall out, that is not an option because she feels everything I feel and right now, it is bigger than me - it's about her.
"It is about her being ok."
When Pulliam refers to all of this, she's referring to some serious craziness.
It all started just a couple weeks ago when Hartwell filed for divorce and also demanded a paternity test from Pulliam.
He thought maybe she had been cheating on him and wanted confirmation that he really is the father of his child.
Pulliam responded by denying all allegations of infidelity, fighting back by saying that Hartwell was the one who was disloyal with his private parts.
Still, she says she then got pregnant and wanted to make the marriage work.
Sources claim Pulliam was blindsided by Hartwell's divorce filing.
A great deal of He Said/She Said has followed, but nothing can top what Pulliam wrote in her own recently-filed legal documents.
She claims that Hartwell has been "plotting to harm" and "obstruct" her pregnancy.
In other words: she says Hartwell is actively trying to force Pulliam to miscarry.
Pulliam "was forced to endure ... berating, demeaning, yelling and cursing at her throughout the parties’ short-term marriage," the papers read.
"To add insult to injury, [Hartwell] was well aware of the stress that his antics placed upon the unborn child, and ... continued to engage in such activity."
Pulliam is trying to argue that Hartwell is purposely causing his estranged wife stress in order to terminate her pregnancy.
What does he have to say in response to this seemingly wild accusation?
"The Plaintiff finds the libelous allegations despicable and opines they were only asserted to defame the Plaintiff," his attorney said in response.
Hartwell's legal reply adds that Pulliam ought to "be ashamed of herself for ever making such false and offensive allegations."
It's all pretty insane.
But "Grace" is a pretty name and let's hope both Hartwell and Pulliam exhibit a lot of it over the coming months and years.
They are going to have a little girl to raise, after all.