By Nicole Caico

Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum, the celebrity couple who got their start on season 7 of The Bachelorette in 2011, are now expecting their second celebrity baby. According to UsMagazine.com, the two are already parents to one celebrity baby, a son named Fordham, but this time the couple is preparing to welcome a baby girl. They announced the happy celebrity news on Monday, May 23, with posts on Twitter and Instagram, revealing both the pregnancy and gender with a pair of pink baby booties.

This ‘Bachelorette’ alum is set to expand her family again! What are some ways to prepare differently for a second child?

Cupid’s Advice: 

There are many things that set celebrity couples apart from normal couples, but parenthood is one aspect that does not discriminate. Whether you’re famous or not, welcoming a baby is life changing and, not to mention, a little difficult:

1. Should have, could have, would have: Make a list of any items you wish you had had with baby number one, and make sure to go out and get them. With your first child, you’re following advice from other mothers and baby books, but no one knows your baby experience better than you do. Now, awaiting the arrival of your second bundle of joy, it’s your opportunity to perfect your mom-skills–or at least stock up on diapers.

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2. Hand-me-downs: Sift through all the baby items you were given or had bought for your first baby, and see if anything is salvageable for baby number two. This might save you and your significant other time and money in the way of baby-prep. Anything from bibs to furniture can be considered fair game for reuse. This will be especially easy if your are expecting a baby of the same gender.

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3. Communicate: This is the golden rule for any change in a relationship. Welcoming one baby is life changing, and welcoming a second even more. The routine you’ve adjusted to as parents of one may have to change a lot depending on the age of your first born. To really prepare your relationship for a second child, it is important to share fears and excitement. Go in with a game plan that fits your family dynamic, and baby number 2 will be a breeze.

What are some ways you prepared for baby #2? Comment below.