Awww! Derick & Jill Duggar Dillard Share Sonogram of Their Baby Boy

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ByAnisa Arsenault
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Nov 2014
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We can’t get enough of these two.

Derick Dillard Instagrammed wife Jill Duggar’s latest sonogram, even throwing in a Psalm reference for good measure.

“A week before Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for our baby boy! Awesome to think his heart has already beat about 26,784,000 times! Psalm 139:13-18,” he wrote in the caption, referring to a biblical passage about — yep — wombs.

Photo: Dereck Dillard via Instagram

The baby boy isn’t due until March, but the Dillards seem to be ahead of the game. They tackled their registry last month, picking out gear from  Walmart and Amazon.

"I was praying for a big, healthy baby,” Derick told PEOPLE last month. And if you’re wondering why babies’ heads always look so big in sonograms, it’s because they actually are. At 11 weeks gestation, a fetus’s head is half the size of its body. By 28 weeks, the proportion has started to even out.

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