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Having a baby is one of the most joyous moments that a couple can share. But, the months leading up to giving birth can be exciting, too.

One part of experiencing pregnancy that is such a thrill is learning your child’s sex. It’s a time when you can finally pick out a baby name, shop for cute clothing and accessories, and decorate the infant’s bedroom.

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Country music singer Mo Pitney and his lovely wife, Emily, get to do all of the above now that they’ve learned that they’re having a, wait for it — girl! Yep, the happy couple is welcoming a little princess into their world very soon, and we couldn’t be happier for them!

On Sept. 15, Mo took to Facebook to share the married couple’s excitement over their soon-to-be daughter with not one, but two photos that show the ultrasound. And, yes! The lovebirds have chosen a name.

Along with the incredibly gush-worthy images, Mo captioned, “Hey boys! It’s a girl! This is little – Evelyne Nadine Pitney pronounced- (Ev-a-line.) We are revealing the name now because we wanted to introduce this living human being to the world as soon as possible.. We already love her very much.”

Mo’s mother Tabitha Brown-Pitney first broke the news about sweet Evelyne back in August when she posted photos online revealing that she was going to be a grandmother. Pictures below show Mo and Emily going in for a smooch, while holding up a pair of tiny overalls. Another image reveals Mo creatively referencing his single “Boy or a girl thing?” while touching his wife’s belly.

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In the last two years, Mo and Emily have shared plenty of milestones together. And, this is certainly one that they can add to their list. The two got engaged in September of 2015 and tied the knot in early March.

Mo and Emily expect to welcome Evelyne in February 2017.

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