Celebrities Due in February 2016

By JustMommies

This year is a leap year and these celebs will be making the leap into parenthood. Some are expecting their very first child; while others are going to be experiencing parenthood for the second time.

Charles Kelley and Cassie McConnell Kelley

Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelly and his wife Cassie McConnell Kelly are expecting their first baby this month. Cassie spoke about the couple’s fertility struggles on her blog, Womanista. The couple was told that they had a one percent chance of conceiving naturally. After hearing the news, they never stopped hoping or trying, while they decided to regroup and explore their options. But then, Cassie wrote on her blog, “I woke up one morning in June and there it was, a positive pregnancy test. I was in shock. Happy shock, but shock. Our baby decided to join our family in God’s time, which is always right.”

Kelly Martin and Keith Christian

Home & Family actress Kelly Martin is expecting her second child with her husband Keith Christian. The couple has an 8-year-old daughter already, Maggie. According to People, big sis took the news “really, really well.”

Andy Murray and Kim Sears Murray

Tennis star Andy Murray is expecting his first baby with his wife Kim Sears Murray. Murray who married Kim Sears in April, 2015, told People, “...we’ve been together a very long time and getting married was the next step.” Naturally, baby came next.

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