Duggar pregnancy announcements are like late-night Donald Trump Twitter tirades.
We've come to expect them as a constant presence in our lives, and yet, we're still surprised by how frequently they occur.
We're currently less than halfway through 2019, and already, five Duggar women have revealed that they're expecting.
The fam got off to an early start when Jessa Duggar announced her third pregnancy back in January.
Soon after, we learned that Joseph Duggar's wife, Kendra Caldwell, is pregnant with her second child.
After that, it was the outcast cousin's turn.
Yes, family rebel Amy Duggar is expecting her first child, a fact that she shared with fans in April.
After that, it was a rapid-fire onslaught of fertilized wombs.
Earlier this week, we learned that Anna Duggar is pregnant with her sixth child.
Just days later, it was revealed that Joy-Anna is knocked up with her second kid.
Think it's already too much to keep track of?
Well, just you wait, hypothetical reader -- because Anna Duggar says there's plenty more where that came from.
Anna posted a throwback photo on her Instagram page this week.
And her caption was enough to get the rumor mill working overtime:
“#Throwback to when Jill, Joy & I were pregnant together!" she wrote.
"Currently, there are 4 Duggar sisters/sisters-in-law that have shared expectant baby news!" Anna added.
"I wonder how many more new cousins will be announced before our little one arrives?!?! #littleduggars.”
Needless to say, it was that last part that got people talking.
Was it a joke, or is Anna really suggesting that there are more announcements on the way?
It may seem impossible, but there are multiple married Duggar women who have yet to announce that they're pregnant in 2019.
We're sure a full slate of expectant daughters and daughters-in-law would be a dream come true for Jim Bob and Michelle.
And if there's one thing the Duggars value as highly as procreation, it's putting a smile on the face of patriarch Jim Bob.
We're not saying there are definitely more announcements on the way -- we just wouldn't be the least bit surprised if it plays out that way.