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Kellie Martin Is Pregnant! Life Goes On Actress Shares Halloween-Themed Baby Bump Photo

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Kellie Martin and her husband, Keith Christian, are expecting a second child.

No tricks, just a real treat! Kellie Martin, the actress perhaps best known for her role as Becca Thacher on early ‘90s sitcom Life Goes On, couldn’t resist sharing an adorable baby bump photo on Instagram on Thursday, Oct.1 — with a slightly seasonal twist.

In the black-and-white photo, Martin, 39, shows off her tiny baby bump in a black tank top with the words “I’m not your boo” written across the front. A little cartoon ghost adds some Halloween vibes to the picture.

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Martin and her husband, Keith Christian, are already parents to daughter Maggie, 8.

Martin’s pal — and fellow ‘90s star — Melissa Joan Hart offered her congratulations to the actress as well, posting an Instagram photo of the pair and a pal out on Thursday night.

. . . or am I? #boo #bump

A photo posted by Kellie Martin (@thekelliemartin) on Oct 1, 2015 at 11:48am PDT

“My sweet girl @thekelliemartin is with child and I am so thrilled for her and her family,” the former Clarissa Explains It All actress captioned the shot. “Had a great girls night out catching up with her and Elena @edecoste22. #hotmama #gno.”

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The actress, who has also had recurring roles on ER and Grey’s Anatomy, first announced her exciting baby news on an episode of Home & Family that aired on Thursday, Sept. 24.

“Sit down, this is shocking,” she warned the audience. “I am having a baby!”

Maggie, who was also on-hand to help mom share the big news, has mixed feelings about having a playmate, Martin shared at the time.

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“We sat her down and we said, ‘You are going to be a big sister,’ and it was kind of silent for a second,” the actress said. “Just the week before, she said, ‘I love being an only child!’ So, I was like, ‘Oh, no!’”

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