Jeremy & Audrey Roloff Reveal Gender Of Their Second Child

Jeremy And Audrey Roloff Reveal Second Baby Gender
Source: Instagram/@audreyroloff

Aug. 18 2019, Updated 10:18 p.m. ET

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Jeremy and Audrey Roloff have revealed that their second child will be a boy. The former Little People, Big World stars announced the gender on social media with a video from a party they had on Saturday, August 17.

They already raise daughter Ember, who is almost 2 years old. Jeremy, 29, and Audrey, 28, unleashed plumes of blue-colored smoke to show they're expecting a son. Their little girl also joined in on the fun.

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"We’re so excited!" Jeremy proudly wrote on Instagram. Audrey said, “We are surprised and can’t wait to be a family of four.” Jeremy's dad Matt and galpal Caryn Chandler also attended the party and wrote on his Instagram, "The big news is out!! Grandpa is going to have another new grandson. Next farmer generation well underway…here we go!" Matt and ex-wife Amy's son Zachary and his wife Tori have a son, Jackson.

Jeremy and Audrey, who shocked LPBW fans by quitting the family reality TV show, announced they were going to be parents again on July 1 with ultrasound photos.

“Baby #2 is coming in January!!!? Ember is gonna be a big sister!?? We are so grateful and excited for this little blessing to join our family,” Audrey shared on social media at the time. Hopefully the flame-haired beauty will have an easier time with the second child. She previously confided to having had a difficult birthwith Ember who was born September 10, 2017--12 days past due!

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Audrey had to be hospitalized after Ember's birth. That drama was shown on a LPBW episode, with Audrey explaining to the TLC cameras, “I got mastitis five days after she was born. Mastitis is when the breast tissue is infected. I wouldn’t say that I got to enjoy being a mom those first few weeks. I was in lots of pain. There was swelling and inflammation. And then I also had issues with just like blistering and bruising. It was just not good.”

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