LITTLE People, Big World's pregnant Isabel Roloff posed in a stunning photoshoot with her husband, Jacob, and said that they can not "wait to meet their baby boy."
Isabel, 25 shared a snapshot of herself as she held Jacob's hand in an Instagram Story.
In the black and white snap, the LPBW alum placed her other hand on top of her baby bump.
She wrote over one photo: "37 weeks today. We can't wait to meet you baby boy."
The ex TV star also shared an Instagram photo with their dogs, as the two pets were wearing bright blue bandanas that said " Big Brother" and "Big Sister."
She mentioned that her sister-in-law Tori Roloff, 30, had given them the "sweet bandanas."
Jacob, 24, had his arm around his wife's shoulder as he smiled with her.
Isabel captioned the post: "Dear Moose and Luna, thank you for opening our hearts.
"For teaching us about unconditional love, patience, selflessness, and how to truly live in the moment."
She concluded that her pets "have both taught us so much in the seven years we have been together and truly prepared us for this new adventure we’re embarking on."
Recently, Isabel shared a sweet video of her hand with Jacob’s hand as they rested on her baby bump while their unborn baby boy kicked.
Along with the clip, Isabel wrote: “Feeling our first baby move together.
“Moving through so much these last few weeks.”
She added: “I have anxiety but ultimately it’s a good test for me to see how far I can be pushed, how much I can believe in myself, and how much I have grown.”
Recently, Isabel's other sister-in-law Audrey Roloff, 30, admitted that she had been "hurting" just days after giving birth to her third child, son Radley.
The former TV star mentioned she had been "crying tears of pain" days since his birth.
In the photo, her nose was red and blotchy as she looked utterly exhausted lying in bed.
While discussing her postpartum experience on social media, she said the moment was "so beautiful and peaceful and empowering. Those first few days postpartum I was so encouraged."
She continued: "An overflowing postpartum nightstand with a very tired, hurting, recovering mama. Tears of joy as she swoons over her newborn baby and tears of pain as she aches in too many places to count."
The mom of three reminded other mothers that if "your body feels wrecked," then they are not alone.
Audrey and her husband Jeremy, 31, are also the parents to their 4-year-old daughter, Ember, and 2-year-old son, Bode.
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