What a cutie! Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald welcomed their second son in to the world on Monday, February 6, and while we still don't know the little guy's name, we do know that he's going to give big brother Spurgeon a run for his money in the cute department.
"Mom and baby are both doing well", they continued. We are so thankful to God for this precious new gift of life and are excited to be a family of four!
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The twosome also thanked everyone for their support, 'prayers and well wishes!'
What they haven't revealed yet is the baby's name - which isn't exactly a surprise. Five days after the baby boy's arrival on November 5, 2015, they revealed that they had named him after 19th Century preacher Charles Spurgeon.
"It's not really about any specific number, but cherishing and loving the ones God brings to us - whether that be just one, or whether it be more, we'll be grateful", she told Us Weekly at the time.
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Jessa continues: "When my sisters heard we were going for an ultrasound, Jana kind of asked me, 'Hey, can I come along?' So we thought, 'Yeah, we can let Jana come along.' Well, then Joy was like, 'Hey, that's not fair". "We did this last time [with Spurgeon] and procrastinated".
"Because we like to torture people". They are in good company too, since Jessa's sister and co-star on "Counting On", Jill Duggar, is also expecting her second child in 2017. We both guessed "boy" when we found out we were expecting, but Ben changed his guess to a girl. When Spurgeon was born, he was not named until nearly a week after his birth.
"Counting On" airs Monday at 8 p.m. EST on TLC.
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