With all the current pregnancies in the immediate Duggar family, it's easy to forget that a beloved member of the extended clan is also expecting.
Yes, we learned last month that Amy Duggar is pregnant with her first child.
Nowadays, Jinger is commonly regarded as the most rebellious Duggar, but Amy is the OG in that respect.
When Amy married Dillon King in 2015, Jim Bob and Michelle fled the reception in horror upon realizing there would be secular music and dancing.
(Yeah, the Duggars have a different standard for rebellion then the rest of the world.)
Anyway, that certainly wasn't Amy's last act of defiance.
Hell, in the Duggar clan, the fact that she's 32 and just now carrying her first child is considered grounds for public shaming.
But Amy has never been one to show any embarrassment with regard to her choice of lifestyle.
In fact, it seems she's enjoying every second of being pregnant:
Amy posted the above pic to her Instagram page today, along with a caption reading:
"Ummmm go buy a maternity pillow on Amazon right now! This thing is amazing!!!!!!!â€�
Some fans claimed they could see the shadow of a baby bump in Amy's pic.
But that might just be wishful thinking.
We don't know exactly how far along Amy is, but she just announced that she's expecting in late April.
And given how psyched she seems, we doubt she kept the secret for very long.
And how does the Jim Bob branch of the family feel about Amy becoming a mom?
Well, it's tough to say, as she seems to have little contact with her more famous relatives.
Though to be fair, given the astonishing number of Duggar pregnancies at the moment, we suppose it's no surprise that Amy is being overlooked.
Anna, Jessa, Joy-Anna, and Kendra Duggar are all expecting children at the moment.
Obviously, this is a source of great pride and joy to Jim Bob and Michelle, who taught their kids from a young age that procreation is their primary reason for being.
So we're sure they're not as psyched for Amy as they are for their own kids, but to Jim Bob and Michelle, more fundies are always a good thing -- even if they're the type who dance and listen to secular music.