Jinger Vuolo Baby Bump With Jeremy Vuolo

Double trouble! Jinger Duggar gave birth to her and husband Jeremy Vuolo’s second baby girl named Evangeline Jo Vuolo on November 22, after previously welcoming daughter Felicity in July 2018.

The reality couple’s bundle of joy arrived at 11:26 p.m., TLC confirmed three days later on Wednesday, November 25. Their daughter weighed 7 pounds and measured 20 inches at birth. “Jinger is recovering very well, enjoying finally being able to hold her little angel,” Jeremy shared.

The Counting On stars announced in May that baby No. 2 was on the way. “We are so excited to announce that we’re expecting a little girl this November,” the 19 Kids and Counting alum, 26, captioned an Instagram baby bump photo at the time. “Jeremy and I both guessed it was a girl, just a gut feeling we had. And we couldn’t be happier.”

The then-pregnant star went on to write, “The bond that sisters share is unique, and one I cherish every day. After all these years, they’re still my best friends! I’m glad God’s giving that gift for Felicity to enjoy. As for me and Jeremy, we’ll definitely have our hands full! But there’s nothing else we’d rather carry.”

As for the former professional soccer player, 33, Vuolo shared the news with a social media upload of his own. “And then there were four,” the athlete gushed. “Felicity’s recruited a little sister to join her squad! Recently, she’s been practicing her big-sistering on dolls, cradling and shushing them to sleep. Pretty soon, she’ll be holding a real baby. But she’s ready, and so are we.”

The TLC personalities tied the knot in November 2016 in Arkansas and announced two years later that they were starting a family. After Felicity, now 2, arrived in 2018, Duggar got pregnant again and suffered a miscarriage.

The Growing Up Duggar author is an “amazing” mom, her husband wrote via Instagram in May while celebrating Mother’s Day.

“Embracing the late nights and early mornings, Jinger has flourished as she’s nurtured both Felicity and our unborn daughter in her womb,” the Pennsylvania native wrote at the time. “Being a mother is a high calling, demanding courage and strength beyond what I’ll ever fully comprehend.”

For Father’s Day the following month, his wife called Vuolo a “selfless” father, explaining, “I love seeing Felicity light up and giggle as you walk in the door from work, anxiously awaiting her playtime with you. You’re the highlight of her day!”

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