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Eva Amurri and Kyle Martino are ready to break out the blue!

E! News has learned that the couple welcomed a baby boy today, and his name is kind of a big deal. "It is with so much gratitude and joy that Kyle, Marlowe and I announce the arrival of our sweet boy, Major James Martino," the couple announced through Amurri's newsletter.

The happy family continues, "Born safely and swiftly at home today, October 19th, at 1:44 pm. 8 lbs, 3 oz and 22 inches long! Our hearts are bursting.  Our family is complete. Thank you so much for all of your love and support."

Susan Sarandon's daughter announced on her blog, Happily Eva After, earlier this year that she and her husband were expecting their second child together. Already parents to adorable daughter Marlowe, the proud parents also shared that they were expecting a little boy.

"It is with so much joy, crazy excitement, and immense gratitude that Kyle, Marlowe and I would like to announce we are expecting a new addition to our family this Fall! We feel so lucky to be celebrating this special gift. Kyle and I can't wait to watch what a funny and loving Big Sister Marlowe will be, and we are cherishing our last months with her as the sole center of our Universe," she wrote on her website.

"Aaaaand, because we have no patience and don't expect you to either, we would also like to tell you that we are expecting A BABY BOY!!!"

Eva and Kyle welcomed Marlowe in August 2014, three years after the couple tied the knot.

Eva has always been very transparent about her journey through motherhood, and even opened up on her blog about a miscarriage she suffered shortly after Marlowe's first birthday, recalling the devastating loss which occurred shortly after sharing the happy news with friends and family.

"At my next visit for a routine ultrasound, however, the baby's heart was no longer beating," she wrote last summer. "Just like that, it was all over." 

She added, "What was so shocking to me is how common miscarriages are, versus how little I hear them talked about. I'm not sure if this is because people are ashamed to suffer this loss, or whether the loss is simply too painful to share (I can see how this could be the case also)."

Amurri added that she was able to keep her head held high, thanks to the "joy" her and Kyle's daughter brings to their lives, and now, the joy that their son will bring, as well.