Ryan Lochte and Wife Kayla Rae Reid are Expecting Baby No. 2

Ryan Lochte and his mother Kayla Rae Reid, 27, are adding to their brood. The integrate announced around Instagram they are awaiting their second child.

Sharing a design of a soon-to-be family of four. In a snap, Lochte is holding adult an ultrasound design while a couples 17-month-old son Caiden Zane binds adult his sweater while looking down during his belly.

BOOM!!!! Baby series 2! Can’t wait to move my fam of 4 to #tokyo2020 #blessed #Lochte4 #familyjustgotbigger

A post common by Ryanlochte (@ryanlochte) on Nov 30, 2018 during 11:33am PST

Lochte, 34, wrote alongside his post, “BOOM! Baby series 2! Can’t wait to move my fam of 4 to #tokyo2020, while Reid wrote alongside her post, We are SO SO EXCITED! Baby #2. We can’t wait to accommodate we already!”

The integrate spoke to PEOPLE exclusively about their baby news, Caiden is hands down a best partial of a lives, so we can’t wait to grow a family together and watch him turn a large brother!”

The Olympic swimmer married a former Playboy indication and exchanged vows during their Flordia home in January. The integrate afterwards exchanged their vows for a second time in a some-more impracticable event in Sep that took place during Morrow Ranch in Palm Springs, California.

Their son Caiden served as his relatives ring dispatcher for a nuptials. Lochte and Reid suggested they motionless on a prolonged rendezvous so they could embody their son on their special day.

“Since we had Caiden, we both wanted him to be a partial of a wedding in some way,” pronounced Lochte.

Happy Thanksgiving! So thankful! #blessed #tummyfull

A post common by Ryanlochte (@ryanlochte) on Nov 22, 2018 during 5:02pm PST

“We wanted Caiden to be aged adequate to travel down a aisle,” combined Reid. “One of a visions was to have him be able to be a ring bearer, so it’s ideal timing!”

The baby news couldn’t have come during a some-more ideal time for a couple. In Oct a six-time bullion medalist announced he would be seeking diagnosis for alcohol obsession after a contestant was concerned in a automobile accident.