Jana Kramer Makes Big Announcement Via Social Media

It’s been quite a ride for Jana Kramer and husband Michael Caussin, but if these two taught us anything over the last couple of years, it’s that love can conquer all.

As you may recall, the pair announced its split in 2016 after just one year of marriage. Since sharing their very personal struggles with the world, the two have found a way to reconcile (also publicly) and even renewed their vows.

Perhaps what drove Kramer and Caussin to fight for themselves so much in this situation is their daughter, Jolie Rae, who now has big news to share with Kramer’s fans. Kramer posted the following advertisement on her social media, which doubled as a baby announcement.

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In relevant part, Kramer shared:

Surprise! We have a rainbow baby on the way & couldn’t be more excited! Jolie is going to be a big sister & we’re becoming a family of 4!

According to the post, Kramer and Caussin are expecting their second child together in November of this year, while two-year-old Jolie looks forward to becoming a big sister.

The couple has been getting very honest on iHeartRadio‘s Whine Down with Jana Kramer as of late, and Caussin admitted that getting from where they were to where they are hasn’t been easy. However, they each decided they were ready to let go of the past and focus on changing for the better. After Kramer and Caussin admittedly hit their individual breaking points, Caussin explained:

The thing is until someone wants to change themselves, there’s no amount of therapy, no amount of talking you can do about it until you make that decision for yourself.

Now, with changes behind them and in front of them, the Caussin crew prepares to welcome the fourth member of their little rebuilt family.

Congratulations to Jana Kramer, Michael Caussin, and little Jolie!