Randy Houser and his wife Tatiana will welcome their second child together this fall. The country star shared the news at the tail end of a recent interview with Kiss Country 99.9's TC & Dina B, per People.

After chatting about Tortuga Festival, where Houser was performing, the radio hosts asked if the couple's 2-year-old son, Huckleberry Randolph, would be getting a younger sibling anytime soon. That's when Houser responded with an exciting — and humorous — answer.

"He is, yeah. In October," Houser says.

"I put the milk back in the coconut, and here we go," he adds.

Houser and Tatiana announced that they were expecting the first time, in January of 2019, with a sweet photo featuring their dog, Hawk. They welcomed Baby Huck on June 9, 2019 in Nashville.

Since then, Houser has shared many sweet moments on social media from his day-to-day life with his son. In February, he posted a hilarious video of his little boy sleep-driving his toy car to George Jones music, and in March, the singer shared the sweet moment his son ran to him after his sold-out Ryman Auditorium show.

"Tatiana said he was basically — she was having to hold him by the hips and he was clawing the floor the whole show trying to get to me," Houser explains in the video. "He always says 'Daddy sing for the people, make the people happy.' That's what we tell him whenever I leave home."

Houser and Tatiana met through singer-songwriter Dallas Davidson, who is Tatiana's brother-in-law. The two were married on May 4, 2016.

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