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Jana Kramer is Expecting Baby #2

it hasn't been all smooth sailing

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Jana Kramer and hubby, Mike Caussin, are working hard to keep their marriage on track after a break-up, getting back together and re-newed vows, the couple are happy to announce they are expecting a new addition to the family.

The road to baby number two has been a rocky one with many of life obstacles getting their way including Caussin’s infidelity during their marriage, which ultimately led to a separation. 

However, true love conquers all and after a trip to Hawaii where they said their “I Do’s” for a second time Kramer says she feels they are now in a solid place and ready welcome their second child.


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But it hasn’t been all smooth sailing with Jana telling PEOPLE, that she experienced a total of five miscarriages including one in October 2017 and another in February of this year. 

Baby #2 will join the Kramer-Caussin family which includes older sister 2-year-old Jolie in November.

Congrats to the happy family!