Jason Biggs has revealed that he is expecting his second child with his wife, Jenny Mollen! The happy couple announced their exciting news on Instagram, sharing a snap of themselves in bed while using a NoseFrida. The expecting mum wrote: "This is how I told my son babies are made. #numbertwo #nosefrida @fridababy #teetsreincarnated." Fans were quick to discuss the announcement, with one writing: "Congratulations @jennyandteets2! I hope your fertility rubs off on me...been trying for baby #2 for months." Another added: "You guys! We're SO thrilled for you! Congrats!"
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Jason and Jenny announced their exciting news on Instagram
The pair already share a three-year-old, Sid, and the American Pie actor previously opened up about welcoming his first son. "What I'm learning — and what's interesting — is that my wife has changed completely, and I'm sure that I have too," he told People. "She sees it in me, and I see it in her, and we're stronger now because of it. The change that happens is so tangible. It happens overnight, and it's the craziest thing." He then joked: "Otherwise, I don't think I've changed, it's too soon. Ask me again in a couple of years when the kid is milking me, and it's just horrible, and he's running around and it's exhausting."
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Jason and Jenny also have a son named Sid
Jenny has also opened up about raising her son, joking to People Babies: "My greatest wish for my child is that he makes lots of money and that he’s able to support me when I‘m old." She then recounted an incident where Sid decided he wanted to "eat Dory" at a restaurant. "We were at the restaurant, and we asked him what he wanted to eat for dinner, and he said: "I'm gonna eat Dory,'" she explained. "I'm like, 'Wait, what? Like, as in, Dory, Finding Nemo Dory?' 'Yes, I’m gonna eat Dory!' So, I mean, I don’t know. I could be raising a total psychopath, but that's what he had for dinner."