The couple was joined by their three children — daughter Ember and sons Bode and Radley — as they announced the news in a video
Audrey and Jeremy Roloff revealed that they are expecting their fourth baby.
The former Little People, Big World stars announced the news by sharing an Instagram video Monday, featuring their children, daughter Ember Jean, 6, and sons Bode James, 3, and Radley Knight, 2.
In the clip, the family stood in a line. Audrey, 32, leaned over and whispered into Jeremy's ear. Jeremy, 33, threw his hands up in the air and picked up Audrey and spun her around.
He then turned to Ember and whispered the news in her ear. The little girl shared it with Bode, who shared it with Radley. The youngest began babbling the phrase "big brother" over and over, according to a caption his parents added over the video. The clip ended with the entire family cheering.
"Secret's out… Baby #4 is on the way!!! We are so excited to be growing our family again and adding another little grommet to our crew!🤗," Audrey and Jeremy wrote in the caption of the post, which they both shared on their respective pages.
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Last year, Audrey revealed that her pregnancy with Radley resulted in an "extremely rare" en caul birth. Four months after her youngest child's November 2021 arrival, she shared an Instagram post recounting how Radley's birth unfolded.
"This was my first birth outside of the hospital," she recalled. "I had a prior history of fast labors and postpartum hemorrhaging … but we talked a lot with my midwives about this prior and had a great plan in place this time."
She explained that after reaching 40 weeks, she experienced five days of Braxton Hicks contractions, which made her nervous about making it to the birth center in time.
"My water didn't break with the other kids and I didn't lose my mucus plug until the end of my labors, so I was just assuming I would need to be super in tune with my body and discerning to know when it's 'go time,'" she continued.
When she finally went into labor, she said the process felt a lot different than her deliveries with Ember and Bode.
"I didn't have the feeling of the baby coming down like I did with the other kids," she recalled. "I had crazy back labor and lots of pressure with no feeling of progress. It was painful, and harder mentally because I felt like I was pushing and not getting anywhere."
Audrey described Radley's birth as "harmonious." "All the uncontrollable puzzle pieces seemed to just come together. Nothing felt rushed or chaotic," she explained. "That golden hour after birth was pure joy. SO. MUCH. HARMONY."
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