Jinger Duggar is about to pop! The "Counting On" star, who is now in her 34th week of pregnancy, is expecting her first child, a girl, with husband Jeremy Vuolo.

In April, Jinger and Jeremy threw a baby gender reveal party in their home in Laredo, Texas with their closest friends and relatives. The guests played a relay race where they had to eat ice cream and run an obstacle course. Waiting in the finish line was a "Baby" neon light, which the winning team switched on to reveal the pink color. TLC covered the event.

Jeremy wants baby girl to be a little Jinger

Jeremy Vuolo seems thrilled to be soon having a daughter. On Tuesday night (June 5), the 30-year-old pastor took to Instagram to share his excitement. Apparently, he has been rummaging through old pictures while he waits for his baby girl's arrival. Jeremy posted old photos of him and Jinger as babies and stated that he's praying that their baby would look "just like her mama."

In the photo, baby Jinger looks like a cute princess in her white puffy dress and white paper crown. The photo of Jinger is a stark contrast to Jeremy's baby picture, where he's hilariously seen looking goofy while in a bathtub.

When Jinger and Jeremy announced their pregnancy back in January, Jeremy was already gushing about his wife's amazing qualities.

The dad-to-be didn't know the baby's gender yet, but he said that he wanted his firstborn to be like Jinger in every way.

"I am praying that the baby will look like, act like, talk like, be like Jinger, and so I've asked everyone else to pray as well," Jeremy Vuolo said in a video for TLC, as reported by PEOPLE.

Jeremy admitted that he was a "little terror" as a child, but Jinger sweetly defended her husband and insisted that she hopes their baby will inherit his kindness and generosity.

Jinger Duggar is expected to have a homebirth

Jinger is expected to give birth within the month, possibly in the last week of June. She is likely to deliver in Texas where she and her husband are based, and not in the Duggar Family home in Arkansas. She and Jeremy haven't announced the baby's name and their chosen birth plan.

Duggar women are known to advocate homebirths, but it is worth noting that Jinger is not your usual Duggar girl. Unlike her sisters, she waited more than one year after getting married to conceive. She's also known to break away other Duggar family rules, such as wearing shorts, pants, and heels. If Jinger opts for a hospital delivery, she will be the first in her family to make such a decision voluntarily. Her married sisters Jill, Jessa, and Joy-Anna all insisted on homebirths and only went to the hospital as a last resort, In Touch reported back in April.

Fans will possibly see Jinger's labor in the new season of "Counting On," which will air in July on TLC.