5 Things We've Learned About Jill Duggar Dillard's Pregnancy
Newlywed Jill Duggar Dillard recently announced that she's expecting, just two months after tying the knot in June. That makes her the latest member of the 19 Kids and Counting family to have a baby on the way (big brother Joshua already has three little ones...and counting). Jill and her husband Derick will welcome their new baby in late March.
She's nicknamed the baby. Their little one will be called "Baby Dilly"—at least until they find out the sex and determine a name. (They're not sure yet if they'll follow in the Duggar footsteps and choose a letter theme for their baby names.)
She has morning sickness. And apparently, it's pretty bad. "They should call it 'pregnancy sickness' because it's all day," she quipped on Good Morning America. (If you're dealing with the same thing, check out our tips for managing morning sickness.)
She's craving sour foods. Dill pickles, lemons, lemons with salt—those are all on Jill's list of must-haves for dealing with her morning sickness—and in fact, hubby Derick carries around a "pregnancy bag" stocked with the essentials for helping his wife curb the nausea.
She's planning a home birth. Jill Duggar is a trained midwife who has assisted on many births, and likes the vibe of a home birth. I feel like it will be way more relaxing... and having the baby at home with a midwife provides more of that personal care," she said. (Considering the same? Find out if you're a good candidate for home birth.)
She's planning a gender reveal. Just like her big brother and his wife, Anna, Jill and Derick are planning to learn the sex of their baby (and likely, doing that in dramatic fashion during the taping of their show).
Here's the scoop from GMA:
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Image: Jill and Derick Dillard's pregnancy announcement, courtesy of Jill Dillard/Facebook.com