It's baby time for "Dancing With The Stars" alums Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, if a pair of Jan. 2 Instagram posts by the proud dad-to-be are on the money.

Is Peta Murgatroyd ready to give birth?

The first post, a silent video clip from inside a car traveling along city street, showed up on the 36-year old Ukrainian-born dancer's page at approximately 9 AM Eastern time Monday morning. Given that the skies in the video are dark, it's likely that it was filmed significantly earlier than it was posted.

The second post came an hour later, and featured Murgatroyd lying in a hospital bed and applying mascara.

Murgatroyd's best friend, fellow "Dancing with the Stars" pro Sharna Burgess, also hinted at Baby Chmerkovskiy's imminent arrival when she tweeted "Good morning sunshines!!! Today is a beautiful day" and included heart-eyed emojis.

The road to Baby Chmerkovskiy

Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy's trip to labor and delivery was a highly anticipated event for the winsome duo's fans, who first grew to know and love them as they competed as professional coaches on the hit reality TV show "Dancing with the Stars."

The pair dated for just short of a year in 2012 and 2013 before reuniting for good in early 2015.

They became engaged in December of 2015 when Chmerkovskiy dropped to one knee during a live presentation of the Sway show in Miami. Rumors surfaced in May that they were expecting a baby, and they strongly hinted that the little one was a boy when Murgatroyd turned 30 in July and her birthday cake featured a pair of blue baby booties and blue frosting.

Since then, they've shared their pregnancy journey will fans via social media, with posts about their everyday life and big events alike, including their recent baby shower in Brooklyn.

Baby Chmerkovskiy will be the first child for both Murgatroyd and Chmerkovskiy, have eagerly awaited their new roles as parents.

In an Oct. 14 US Weekly report, Chmerkovskiy said that he would not return for the 24th season of "Dancing with the Stars" --which is set to premiere in the spring on ABC with an all-new cast of celebrity characters-- because "there's no money on the planet that can replace me missing out the three, four, five months of my baby's life."