Josh Duggar's wife Anna is pregnant with the couple's fourth child, due any day now ... so this right here might be one of her last baby bump photos!
Well, until 2016 or 2017 when she's carrying #5, because that's how the Duggars roll. But seriously, she's about ready to pop in Arkansas:
As for her pregnant sister-in-law, she's not due until the fall, but is showing and glowing (as she was in this awesome Jessa Duggar swimsuit photo).
Anna Duggar's baby-to-be, according to the Duggar family's Facebook page, marks the first time Josh's wife has "has ever gone 'late' instead of early."
The couple's daughter Mackynzie, 5, and sons Michael, 4, and Marcus, 2, were each delivered before their due dates. So this is uncharted territory.
Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald's first child isn't due until November 1 (their anniversary!) so we will have to wait and see if he or she arrives sooner.
Earlier this year, the pregnant Jill Duggar carried her baby Israel David Dillard well past her due date before eventually delivering him via C-section.
Whether that has any bearing on Jessa being early or late, we have no idea. But her newborn will have plenty of cousins, that's not in dispute!
Proud grandparents-to-be Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar are asking their fans to keep both of the currently pregnant ladies in their prayers.
(And not just because of all the awkwardness Jessa might feel, now that we know she was one of the five victims of Josh Duggar's molestation.)
"Pretty soon we get to kiss the sweet face of another Duggar grandbaby!!!" Jim Bob and Michelle wrote of the little one, who we know will be a girl.
"We recently had an ultrasound, but aren't revealing [the] gender yet," they wrote. "Can't wait to welcome this blessing from God into the world!"
Ben and Jessa have yet to go public with the sex of "Baby Seewald," who will be the sixth grandchild for Michelle and Jim Bob, but most likely know.
The couple posted an updated on their blog, writing that he or she "is growing steadily and Mommy has been feeling some little, yet strong kicks!"