Amy Adams refuses to make New Year's resolutions as she doesn't like to make any promises to herself.
Amy Adams refuses to make New Year's resolutions.
The 'Doubt' actress - who is expecting her first child with fiance Darren Le Gallo - says she won't make any promises to herself when she welcomes in 2010.
She said: "I really haven't set any. I think what I came up with was to have no regrets because usually I set a resolution and I don't really follow through and then I have regrets. So this year, maybe no resolution. That's my resolution - to roll with it. I think this will be my year of just rolling with it."
Amy also admitted she is slightly nervous about becoming a first-time mother but is looking forward to meeting her new addition.
She said: "I feel great. I'm feeling really good. Excited, nervous - but mostly excited."
She has previously said she is "too impatient" to wait for her baby to be born before finding out whether she's having a boy or a girl.
She said: "I'm too impatient to wait for a surprise. We'll probably find out. I thought about waiting and I just don't think that's really my personality. It's not about planning a nursery, it's more about I just want to know. I want to be able to relate in that way. That's what works for me, but I totally believe in whatever works for the individual."
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