Maddie and Caleb Welcome Baby Number Two!

Maddie and Caleb Brush from TLC's Sister Wives have welcomed their second child.

Baby joy! Maddie and Caleb Brush from Sister Wives have welcomed their second child, a baby girl named Evangalynn Kodi Brush. Just like big brother Axel, Baby Evangalynn arrived exactly on her due date! She was born August 20, 2019 at 8lbs, 12ozs, and 21 inches long.

Maddie and Caleb first shared news of the pregnancy in January 2019, right around the same time they announced plans to move their family from Las Vegas to North Carolina. Then in April they were thrilled to learn they were expecting a baby girl.

Photo by: TLC/Brush Family

TLC/Brush Family

Little Evangalynn joins big brother Axel, 2, as the second grandbaby for the supersize Brown family. Maddie shared the birth of her firstborn on Sister Wives, where he was delivered after a long home birth at mom Janelle's home in Las Vegas.

And since Axel's arrival in 2017, there have been some major changes for the Sister Wives family! Maddie's sister Aspyn said 'I do', while her siblings Logan and Mariah became engaged to their longtime partners. And biggest of all, Kody and his four wives Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn moved the whole family from Las Vegas to Flagstaff, Arizona.

Despite the distance, Maddie had family by her side for the delivery of her second baby.

Congratulations to the new family of four!

Follow the whole family's journey at TLC.com/SisterWives or on the TLC GO app.

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