Will '19 Kids and Counting' stars Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard announce their baby's gender on October 21?

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Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard are already in their second trimester of pregnancy and in their recent interview, Jill shared some of her funny pregnancy cravings.

According to Hollywood Life, Jill said she had really craved cold food in her first trimester.  

"Glad to be in the second trimester because we hear it's the best trimester," Derick shared.

Jilll agreed with Derick saying, "You get to feel the baby move, find out the gender, and you feel better. You're not super big pregnant yet, so, yeah, it's exciting!"

Derick admitted she had a lot of cravings but he seemed good natured about it, joking that they are "both gaining weight."

"My first trimester was everything cold, so whether it was sour or sweet, whatever, it had to be cold," said Jill.

However, with the second trimester, Jill said her morning sickness has lessened and her cravings have also subsided and her eating habits are normalizing again.

"But now in my second trimester I can eat almost anything," said Jill. 

The couple have not discovered the gender of the baby yet. They are inclined to think it's a girl, although they admit that's just a guess.

"Right now there's a lot to make us think that we're having a girl, but we're just guessing," said soon-to-be-father Derick.

The couple also teased that they have a "really big" announcement on October 21 but, they did not say if the announcement was about the gender of the baby or not.

The couple are clearly relishing every moment of the pregnancy and have a gift registry open for "Baby Dilly" to help them get all the things they need ahead of the March 2015 due date.

Gift items on their wishlist include vintage floral crib bedding and every day items like pacifiers and bibs.

Jill's also been looking to the Bible for some inspiration ahead of their baby's arrival. She shared some verses on her Instagram, including Isaiah 26.3, 'You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you.'