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Episode Three: An Exciting Announcement

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Jatalie1996

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This update is going to be short and sweet because Mark and Mary-Anne have some exciting news to share! I'll let the pictures do the talking.

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Mark needed a cold shower after that to squelch unrighteous desires.

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You know what that means!

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Mark looks thrilled with the news. (In his defense, she did wake him up in the middle of the night.)

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As you can see, Mary-Anne has had some "reassuring" morning sickness.

So there you have it! The first O'Hurley blessing is on its way! What will the O'Hurleys do next? Go on a mission trip, of course! Stay tuned. Until next time!

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    • SongRed7

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      3 hours ago, Free Jana Duggar said:

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    • refugee

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      3 hours ago, BobJonesBabe said:

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    • Audrey2

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