Law & Order: Organized Crime star Danielle Moné Truitt is celebrating her son’s seventh birthday!
In a newly shared Instagram post on Saturday, December 4, she shared photos of her child growing up. This included a photo in the delivery room.
“My Baby is 7 YEARS OLD today!!! Roosevelt, this feels surreal to me because I feel like I just have birth to you. I’m sure when you’re 50, I’ll still see you as you are in these pictures, but it’s so so cool and rewarding seeing you grow up to become the 7-year-old you are today. Mommy loves you SOOOO much!! #HappyBirthdayRoro,” she captioned the sweet photos.
“Literally, it is the grace of God,” she confessed. “His favor and His divine hand on my life. He has given me a rock star for a husband. We are truly a team! Our hashtag is #TruittCanDoIt. It’s a real thing! I have amazing family and friends that have helped as well. There is also a will inside me that says that I have to keep going and be an example of unyielding faith to my sons.”
Truitt believes that being a mother doesn’t make her exactly critical of the roles she takes. However, she is mindful of how each job she takes could affect her family time.
“I do think about how the roles would affect time with my family,” she shared. “There is a lot of scheduling and things that go into making sure home is taken care of.”
An ‘SVU’ and ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Crossover
Showrunner Ilene Chaiken and Truitt spoke to Give Me My Remote to speak about the upcoming crossover between Law & Order: Organized Crime and SVU.
“You’ll see [Bell] speak the truth of what happened with our case, and what she believes to be true about Wheatley,” Truitt added. “Raúl was awesome. We had so much fun on set just shooting the court scene. I was testifying and [Barba] was badgering me with crazy questions and assumptions. It was a lot of him saying certain stuff and me looking at him like he’s crazy.”
She added that there will be a “whole bunch” of objections. Apparently, he will be speaking about stuff that has absolutely nothing to do with the case. At the end of the day, he definitely knows what he’s doing.
“He’s doing it on purpose because regardless if it has to do with the case or not, it can paint a picture with the jury. He’s definitely good at what he does,” she added.
Meanwhile, Bell will be also attempting to help Angela Wheatley to testify as a key witness. How will this all end?
Be sure to tune in on Thursday, December 9 to NBC so you can find out how it all goes down.