Look, Audrey and Jeremy Roloff.
We know you are very busy these days.
You have a toddler at home and a memoir set to come out and a popular blog to keep writing, but we have a quick question to which we'd love a definitive answer:
When are you having more children?!?!?
We're kidding, of course.
Or we're kidding about the urgency of the answer at least.
But it is a common concern of many celebrity gossip followers to wonder when their favorite couple will have a baby... and then to wonder when this couple will have more babies... and so on and so forth.
With talk online of Audrey being pregnant already with child number-two, the Roloffs told People Magazine this week that they certainly are anxious to expand their family.
They just aren't certain when this will happen.
“Jer and I definitely want to have more children,” Audrey tells this publication, adding:
“We’ve never really put a number on it, we want to take them one at a time.
"We’ve always envisioned a big family, that’s always been something we’ve talked about from the very beginning."
“Enough to fill up a sprinter van,” jokes Jeremy.
It's not difficult to envision Audrey and Jeremy as the parents to many children.
They are a faith-based twosome who seems very dedicated to themselves and to their family.
We've never seen a woman gush over her kid the way Audrey has gushed over daughter Ember ever since she was born in September.
Elsewhere in this same interview, Jeremy touched on another aspect of the couple's future.
He admitted that he talks to his parents constantly about buying the family farm in Oregon.
We suppose thia makes some sense, with Matt Roloff moving to Arizona and Amy Roloff perhaps moving away to start a life with boyfriend Chris Marek.
We simply had no idea such a transfer of property was in the works.
For now, however, the main work on which Audrey and Jeremy are focusing in the rollout of their book, "A Love Letter Life: Pursue Creatively, Date Intentionally, Love Faithfully."
It comes out in April of 2019.
"We believe everyone has a unique love story and we want people to be super stoked to press into their own love story," Jeremy explained to People of the book's premise.
"We want readers to prepare more for their marriage than their wedding [day].
"I think social media can paint facades, so [Audrey and I] hope that people will walk away [from the book] knowing that we aren’t perfect, our [dating] relationship wasn’t perfect.
"We learned from our struggles and we came out stronger on the other side."
Teases Audrey on this same subject:
"I think people will be surprised at how much they don’t know about our love story."