October 12th, 2012
11:24 AM ET
Baby on the way for 'Bachelor' couple Jason and Molly
We always hear about "The Bachelor" couples breaking up (case in point: Courtney Robertson and Ben Flajnik), so it's refreshing to hear some good news for once.
"The Bachelor's" Jason and Molly Mesnick, who married in 2010 after Mesnick famously ended his relationship with his "Bachelor" pick, Melissa Rycroft, are expecting their first child together.
"Yes its true! WAHOOOOOOO!!!" an excited Mesnick tweeted Thursday. "Molly is going to be a MOM and TY a BIG BROTHER! YIPPEEEEEEE!"
Ty is Mesnick's 7-year-old son from his first marriage, and he recalled to People magazine that he told Ty about the impending arrival with a game of Hangman.
"[Ty's] been asking me for years. He's always wanted to be a big brother," Mesnick said. "So we played the game and he looked at Molly and I and said, 'Really?' Molly made him a T-shirt that says 'big brother' on it and he's really proud. He wore it to school."
According to People, Molly's in her second trimester and feeling "really good" - Ty's little brother or sister is expected to arrive in late March.
"Thank you all for the well wishes," Mesnick tweeted Thursday. "We are beyond excited! Thank you thank you!! WAHOOOOOOOOO!"
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Great great couple.
The loss of my Best Friend and business associate, Peter Goss, of Medowbrook Penna., has been very hard to
deal with. Peter Goss, was a Mans Man, Wonderful Friend and a Kind and Genrerous Soul. I feel honored to have
enjoyed our friendship for many years.
Good for them.
this is another great couple...love them
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5 A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels:
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