What does it feel to be 2.5 months pregnant?
Let Jamie Otis tell you. After confirming their pregnancy a few days ago, 6 months after they lost their first child, Jamie Otis is now happy to show us her tiny bump.
Last Monday, February 7, the Married at First Sight star took to Instagram the update on her pregnancy. Jamie captioned her photo: “First baby bump photo! 11 weeks and I really just look super bloated … not quite a full blown #babybump yet.”
First baby bump photo! 🤗 11 weeks and I really just look super bloated ... not quite a full blown #babybump yet. (😭) I'm over on @wetpainttv' insta today sharing tips on how I'm trying to stay healthy throughout my pregnancy for my #rainbowbaby. 💕 To all the mommas - how do you take your baby bump photos? I definitely could use your advice on this! 💞 #bump #preggers #healthy #pregnancy #HAPPY #Love #11weeks
Jamie Otis and Dough Hehner broke the traditional “3-month-marker” when it comes to announcing their pregnancy, and informed everyone as soon as they could. They also did that to encourage other couples to announce their pregnancy anytime they want to.
The “3-month-marker” is what people believed to be the best time to announce a pregnancy. People say that to announce too soon is can be too risky as there are still possibilities of miscarriage. But this didn’t bother Jamie and Doug. I bet they were able to inspire more people with their story of love, miscarriage and rainbow baby.
The couple’s bundle of joy is expected to arrive in August, congratulations once again to this lovely duo!
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