Jessa (Duggar) Seewald welcomes a baby girl! See baby's adorable photo

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Jessa (Duggar) and Ben Seewald revealed on TLC's "Counting On" that the birth of their baby girl Ivy Jane didn't go exactly according to plan.
Ben and Jessa (Duggar) Seewald just welcomes their third child into the world.
Ben and Jessa (Duggar) Seewald just welcomes their third child into the world.

Jesse (Duggar) and Ben Seewald now have more children than they each have hands to hold as they welcomed a third child into their family.

Ivy Jane Seewald was born at their Arkansas home on Sunday, May 26 weighing 7 pounds, 14 ounces, the couple announced. She was 20½ inches long.

"She feels so tiny compared to her siblings!" they wrote in a statement. Her big brother Spurgeon, 3, weighed almost 10 pounds and Henry, 2, weighed almost 9 pounds, the family wrote. "We’re so grateful to God for this precious gift. She is already so loved. Her big brothers adore her!"

Jessa shared a photo on Tuesday of a sleeping Ivy and what looked almost like a slight grin on her face.

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The "Counting On" stars announced their pregnancy in January.

"From the day we found out we were expecting, we both guess boy...we would absolutely love it if we found out we were having a girl — though we've joked that we'd be starting from square one and might have to learn a few things," the couple wrote on their website.

Jessa, 25, and Ben, 23, married in Bentonville, Ark. in November 2014.

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