Scott Wolf's second child is on the way, according to the "Party of Five" actor's Twitter account. Wolf and his wife, Kelley Wolf, announced the news May 19 via the social networking website.
"Just between the 10,149 of you and me, my wife and I are expecting our second child," the 43-year-old actor tweeted. "We are expecting that because she's pregnant."
"Happy us," Wolf added.
The actor and his wife are already parents of a 3-year-old, Jackson Kayse, born March 22, 2009. This newest addition will expand his growing family to a party of four.
Scott Wolf met Kelley Limp, an alumna of MTV's "The Real World: New Orleans" in 2002. Not long after meeting through mutual friend Joel Goldman, the two began dating. In 2004, the pair got married, and moved to Santa Monica, California, where they currently reside.
The Wolfs aren't the only celebrity couples expecting to have children, though.
Anna Faris of "The Dictator" and husband Chris Pratt of popular comedy "Parks and Recreation" are also expecting a child to come this fall. Faris promises that although this is their first child, it certainly won't be their last.
"Chris wants a big family," she told TV Guide. They haven't wasted any time, as they were married in 2009.
The happy news hasn't slowed either of them down, however. Pratt appears in "The Five Year Engagement" is working on "Zero Dark Thirty," a terrorist drama. Faris is currently filming "I Give It A Year" in London.
Another celebrity couple excited for their growing family is Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky. The pair welcomed a baby girl earlier this month. The "Avengers" star and his wife picked an unorthodox name for the new baby.
India Rose was born in London, and the couple "[loves] the country and [loves] the name," Hemsworth told USA Today. It is the first child for Hemsworth and his wife, a Spanish actress.
"I already told my husband, 'Get ready fast with Spanish because, if not, you're not going to be able to understand what we say,'" she told Hola! magazine in January. They have been married since 2010.