Good news! Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are expecting another child.
The couple welcomed their second child in 2016, just before the world went to hell in a handbasket.
And now they're expecting their third child! Congratulations!
On January 22, Chelsea Clinton took to Twitter to make the announcement.
"Marc and I have loved watching Charlotte be such a wonderful big sister," Chelsea's tweet begins.
"And," she continues. "We’re excited to watch Aidan become a big brother!"
Chelsea concludes: "We cannot wait to meet our newest addition later this summer."
That's pretty vague -- but we can look at the newest Clinton baby some time between the middle of June and the middle of September.
Chelsea is famous, but not nearly so famous as her parents, Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton.
When Chelsea was asked on Twitter if her parents are pumped for a new grandbaby, she responded.
"They are :)" Chelsea writes.
That is so sweet!
Grandparents are always happy to see grandbabies born into the happy homes of their children.
Chelsea is 38 and her husband, Marc, is 41.
The couple married in 2010, and already has two children, as mentioned in Chelsea's tweet.
Their 4-year-old daughter is named Charlotte.
Their 2-year-old son is Aidan.
We are so excited for all of them to meet their latest addition!
In 2017, Chelsea opened up about her experiences as a parent.
"[Charlotte] loves singing her ABCs, Pharrell’s ‘Happy,’ ‘Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star’ and more," Chelsea shared.
She continued: "We love that she loves to sing and we love to sing with her."
"She has told us we don’t have great voices so I think that is definitely karma!” Chelsea admitted.
“[Aidan] will probably tell us the same once he’s talking," she predicted.
"Still, we will keep singing along with reading and talking to both our kids," Chelsea concluded.
Those activities are critical for a child's intellectual development and for bonding.
"Like so many moms," Chelsea confessed. "I don’t think I will ever feel there are enough hours in the day to do all the things with my kids I wish I could do"
She admitted that this is true "even on the days when I’m home.”
“But," she notes. "I know I am lucky to have control over my schedule."
She's busy, but not in the same way that a single mother who's holding down two jobs just to keep her child fed, closed, and housed is busy.
"So," Chelsea explained. "I can be home most weekends and in the mornings or evenings and hopefully both."
As we mentioned, we're so happy for the Clinton family. Congratulations are in order.
We only wish, as they must wish, that they could be preparing to welcome their newest child into a better, more promising world.
Unfortunately, every day we wake up and check our phones for the latest horrifying news.
Few are as aware of this as the Clinton family. And no one tried to do more to prevent our current nightmare.
Let's all try to look for pieces of good news and even slivers of hope to make it through each day without screaming.
Baby news is good news.