The world still does not know the identity of Bristol Palin's second baby daddy.
But we do know how Sarah Palin feels about becoming a grandparent for the second time.
"I can't wait for about 45 more days, and I'm gonna have a little baby granddaughter," Palin said this weekend on CBS Sunday Morning. "And I'm happy about it."
Is she really, though?
Bristol announced her second pregnancy over the summer, coming across as clearly disappointed in herself for once again having unprotected sex outside of marriage.
The reveal came just weeks after Bristol called off her wedding to Dakota Meyer.
And Palin admits this is not the way she saw her daughter's life playing out.
"Heck no because being a single mom is, oh my goodness, my heart goes out to the single parents," Palin said.
"But my enormous admiration for what it is that they're able to accomplish doing double-duty. And I watch Bristol do double-duty all the time, you know, with her little boy, Tripp."
In sharing the baby news on her blog back in June, Bristol called it a "huge disappointment to my family" but admitted "there's nothing I can't do with God by my side."
She has since amended this statement to make it seem as if the pregnancy was planned.
Bristol's mom, meanwhile, says any child is a "blessing" and has a response to critics who say two babies out of wedlock goes against all she stands for as a conservative:
"Well, the cool thing about puttin' your faith in God is he certainly is a God of second chances, and third, and fourth and fifth chances. I screw up all the time."
In closing, because it has to be asked, who would Sarah Palin support right now for the Republican nomination?
"I would say that fighter is Donald Trump, because he's got nothin' to lose," she replied. "He doesn't have to be bought or sold, obviously, especially when it comes to contributions. He is his own man."