It’s common knowledge that when someone protectively puts their hand on a woman’s stomach, it means she’s with child.
JK – the gesture merely sparks an assumption, which could be right or wrong.
This is the debate fans are having over Jodie Sweetin’s latest Instagram, which shows her fiance, Justin Hodak placing his hand over her mid-section while they pose for a photo at Disneyland.
"Yay for @disneyland day with @justinhodak_ !! #myhappyplace #happiestplaceonearth #disneyfan," Sweetin captioned the photo.
On Tuesday, September 5th, Sweetin finalized her divorce from third husband Marty Coyle; Sweetin filed for legal separation in 2013 after just one year of marriage.
She and Coyle will share joint legal and physical custody of their six-year-old daughter, Beatrix, according to People Magazine, and both parties have the right to request that the other submit to a hair foolice drug test with 12 hours notice if necessary.
Sweetin must pay Coyle $10,000 by January 31st, 2017; she listed in court documents. that her monthly income is $4,000
Hodak, who like Sweetin is a recovering addict, proposed to his lady love this past January after two years of dating.
Both Hodak and Sweetin have overcome a lot. Hodak served time for theft and drug charges in 1999, then again two years later for violating the terms of his probation.
Sweetin has a history of drug use, including cocaine and crystal meth. She admitted that her first sip of alcohol was at 14, and from there the addiction snowballed.
While competing on last season of Dancing With The Stars, Sweetin opened up about her demons.
"At [13 years old], it really was a huge loss for me that I didn’t know how to grieve," Sweetin explained in an emotional interview.
"Drugs and alcohol just sort of numbed everything. I was doing cocaine, and ecstasy, and alcohol, and all that.
"The darkest moments for me weren’t necessarily ending up in the hospital and all that. It was those quiet moments alone when I’d just hated the person I’d become."
Sweetin, whose parents were in prison when she was born (she was raised and adopted by her uncle), remember something important her mother once said.
"I remember my mom saying that when I was little, I had this light that shined really big, and that she had watched my light become very dark," she said.
"And I just remember my mom saying to me, ‘Your light shines again.’
"So, through doing this dance, I get to shine again. I dimmed my light for a long time, and I don’t feel I have to do that anymore."
No premiere date is set yet for season two of Fuller House, but expect some New Kids On The Block, Danny Tanner and more!