You oughta know ... she's pregnant! Singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette revealed on Friday, February 12, that she's expecting her second child with husband Mario "Souleye" Treadway, in a cute baby announcement video that features a song she recorded back in 2010.

"Written, recorded and produced in 6 hours on may 22, 2010 with guy sigsworth, on the sly, to surprise Souleye," the "Ironic" chanteuse, 41, wrote of the animated video, which was created before her son Ever's birth in 2010. "Brendan Huza helped tell our story in moving pictures, bringing us up to this sweet moment. may this song take on ever-deepening meaning as each year goes by :) xoxo." Every year, Morissette updates the video with the latest highlights affecting her growing family.

The clip was first made with only Morissette and her husband — both in cartoon character form — and featured the couple falling in love. It now includes key highlights from their romance and their first child's birth. In the most recent update, the video ends with Morissette getting a sonogram as she expects her second child.

The Canadian rocker, who married 35-year-old Treadway back in 2010, opened up to Us Weekly in October about their precocious son, Ever. "He's 4. He’s amazing," the Jagged Little Pill singer gushed. "He’s just coming into his own. We’re having real bona fide philosophical conversations. About anything — about aliens, about the galaxy, about what God is, about animals. You just cross your fingers behind your back and you hope you don’t blow it."

Her marriage, too, has been a work in progress. "We’re helping each other out. I think relationships go from infatuation to power struggle, and then most people break up. I think it’s getting juicy as we’re going on the third phase of helping each other heal and grow," she told Us. "Flirting is nice. Dates, gifts, compliments. Anytime he says anything about me emotionally, like, 'Wow. You’re really nurturing or really patient.' That’s, like, full-blown sexy time for me."

Watch her pregnancy announcement in the video above.

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