Jinger Duggar Sparks Rumors She's Expecting Second Child With This Post
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Posting an image of her first-born Felicity Nicole holding a coffee cup, the reality TV star makes people wonder if she's having a bun in the over due to her caption.

AceShowbiz - It's only been seven months since Jinger Duggar welcomed her first child with Jeremy Vulo, but people have begun speculating that the TV personality is having another bun in the oven. The "Counting On" star have sparked pregnancy rumors thanks to a photo she posted on Instagram on Thursday, February 21.

The black-and-white image featured her daughter, Felicity Nicole, holding a coffee cup. While the photo was undoubtedly cute, the caption of the post raised people's eyebrows. "Don't worry, mom! It's only decaf," she wrote alongside the picture, along with a winking emoji. As many have already known, pregnant mothers are told to avoid caffeine, but it's still all right for them to consume decaf.

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“Don’t worry, mom! It’s only decaf.” 😉

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"Decaf? Does that mean Felicity is gonna be a big sister?" one follower asked, as another chimed in, "Is mommy pregnant that she is only having decaf coffee?" One other noted, "First tea then decaf coffee! Are you trying to tell us your pregnant?" While Jinger has yet to respond to the questions, some of her followers already pointed out that drinking decaf coffee doesn't mean that she's pregnant. "My husband only drinks decaf coffee. He's pregnant," one sarcastically commented.

Jinger and Jeremy welcomed their first-born Felicity on July 19, 2018. Unlike her other family members who had home births, she decided to give birth in a birthing center in San Antonia. Opening up about their decision in an episode of "Counting On", she admitted she didn't "feel comfortable" with home delivery for herself.

"My mom and quite a few of my sisters have done home births and for me, I don't feel comfortable with it," she explained. "I think I feel safer being in a birth center where they have a lot more things that you would need for care and also being closer to a really good hospital."

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