Audrey And Jeremy Roloff Reveal The Surprising Number Of Kids They Want

They may have just welcomed their second child together, but Little People, Big World alums Jeremy and Audrey Roloff are already thinking about expanding their family. Just a couple days ago, it looked like they might already have another baby on the way when Audrey teased a big announcement on her Instagram Story.

However, as In Touch Weekly reported, she took the opportunity to shoot down a fan who wondered whether she was pregnant again, advising, "Bode is only 7 weeks old... I'll just leave it at that." Still, just because baby number three isn't on the way just yet doesn't mean she and Jeremy will be waiting years to give Bode another sibling.

Jeremy and Audrey Roloff can't wait to expand their family

According to Us Weekly, the couple plans to have as big a family as possible. "We have always wanted to have more," Audrey advised, confirming they haven't decided how many just yet, but the ultimate number she foresees is decidedly not low. "We always say we'll take them one at a time. You never know what you're going to get, but Lord willing, we'd love to have more," she explained. The podcast host and husband Jeremy share 2-year-old daughter Ember and little Bode but, because her hubby comes from a big family himself, Audrey reckons they'd like to have "at least" four kids, just like his own family. The couple got married back in 2014 and were expecting Ember within two months, so clearly they're not wasting any time.  

Their children are very close to Jeremy's twin brother Zach's kids, 2-year-old Jackson and 3-month-old Lilah, too. Although both couples are often asked whether having their kids simultaneously was planned, Audrey explained that's not really feasible. She did acknowledge, however, "It is a blessing. ...It's nice to have someone to bounce things off of. We have group texts where we're like, 'Hey, is this normal?'" Everything we know about Zach and Tori Roloff's new baby suggests the little cousins will indeed grow up to be very close.