Famed NFL quarterback Eli Manning just announced to Us Weekly that his family is getting a new little Giant!
Asked whether he and his wife Abby are planning to have more children, Eli revealed that, in fact, they’re already expecting their second child in June.
“We’re all very excited,” he told the magazine.
The new baby will join daughter Ava, who turns 2 tomorrow. She’s a little young to understand what’s going on, but she’ll learn soon enough how much fun it is to be a big sister.
But the Mannings aren’t the only pro athlete family expecting babies this year. Click on to find out who else in the sports world is about to add more tiny teammates to their roster!
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Eli Manning 2 of 8The Giants QB and his wife, Abby, will welcome their second child in June.
Source: Us Weekly.
Kerri Walsh Jennings 3 of 8The beach volleyball player hid a secret from fans as she played for her third Olympic gold medal last summer: She had just found out she was pregnant. Her baby girl will join her two big brothers next month.
Read more from NBC's Today site.
Amar’e Stoudemire 4 of 8The NBA star and his wife, Alexis, are expecting their fourth child later this year.
Shannon Miller 5 of 8This may be the happiest baby news of all. Two years after being treated for ovarian cancer, the Olympic gold-medal gymnast announced she's expecting a girl in June.
From ESPN: Shannon writes about her pregnancy.
Nick Swisher 6 of 8The ballplayer and his wife, actress JoAnna Garcia, are "anxiously awaiting the arrival of our new addition," he wrote on his Facebook page back in November.
More from Us magazine.
Cutter Dykstra 7 of 8Minor-leaguer Cutter and actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler announced their engagement in late January - and their baby news just three weeks later!
Source: USA Today.
Amy Rodriguez 8 of 8The forward for the USA women's national soccer team (far right) announced in January that she is expecting her first child later this summer. She'll miss the season, but she'll have a reward greater than any gold medal.
Read more at The Equalizer.
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