Little People fans think Jacob & Isabel Roloff are expecting first child after she teases 'life is getting sweeter’
JACOB Roloff’s wife Isabel teased that she knows their life will be getting “sweeter” in the future, and Little People, Big World fans think she’s pregnant.
The duo got married in September 2019, and Isabel previously shared with her followers that she “definitely” plans to have kids.
LPBW alum Jacob has been with Isabel since 2014, with the pair getting engaged in 2017 during a romantic getaway to Iceland.
Now, almost two years after getting hitched, fans think the couple are getting ready for the next step in their relationship – their first child.
Isabel shared a sweet, black-and-white photo of her, Jacob, and their dog, all cuddled up close and smiling.
She teased in the caption: “It’s hard to imagine this life getting any sweeter. And yet I know somehow it will. 💗”
Her followers immediately began to speculate that the “somehow” of her life getting “sweeter” is by welcoming their first child into their lives.
One fan commented: “I have a premonition a baby is in your future soon. 🙌”
Another agreed, writing: “just what I was thinking!!!!!!!❤️”
A third wrot e:“Yes… baby?? ❤️”
Others assured her that her and Jacob’s lives will definitely continue to get better, writing, “Oh you bet it will,” and “Baby👏👏👏👏”
A baby was even featured in the photo she posted right before this one.
Isabel held Jeremy and Audrey Roloff’s baby Ember on her lap and smiled at her lovingly as they cuddled.
She captioned the post: “Love this throwback photo of Ember and I on Easter three years ago💗”
Audrey commented, “Aweeeeee❤️❤️❤️,” to which Isabel responded: “I can’t believe how little she was 😍”
During an Instagram Q&A late last year, Isabel told fans she and her husband "definitely plan" on having children.
She also said how much she's been loving being an aunt.
Isabel wrote alongside a gallery of her nieces and nephews at the time: "One of the best things this life has ever given me is the chance to be an aunt.
"I hope that these kids know that for as long as I’m living, they always have somebody on their team."
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