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It’s warming up outside finally and it’s about time for the spring celebrity babies to arrive. See which celebrities are set to have babies in May!

Reggie Bush and Lilit Avagyan
Just before Reggie Bush becomes a new daddy, he starts a new role as the recently acquired running back for the Detroit Lions. Bush and his girlfriend Lilit Avagyan are set to have their first child this month. According to People, Bush told Florida radio show the Paul and Young Ron Morning Show, "We're pretty excited. We're bringing a new life into the world, and to raise a child is a gift for a man and woman."

Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson
Jessica Simpson is expecting her second child, a boy, with fiance Eric Johnson. While the singer hasn’t made the baby’s due date public, according to Celebrity Baby Scoop she is due in May. The baby will join big sister Maxwell sometime this month.

Nick Swisher and JoAnna Garcia
Former New York Yankees outfielder Nick Swisher and Animal Practice star JoAnna Garcia will be welcoming their first baby this month. Garcia announced her pregnancy in November on Twitter, tweeting, “So happy to finally be able to share our news! @NickSwisher & I r expecting our 1st baby in 2013! Feeling so blessed & beyond excited!”
Swisher broke the news on Facebook at the same time, writing, “We are so excited to finally be able to share our exciting news with you! We are expecting a little Swisher in the spring of 2013! Words can't describe how blessed we feel to be expanding our family and are anxiously awaiting the arrival of our new addition. Your support and kindness has meant so much to us throughout the years and we wanted to personally share the news with you all.”

Jamie Anne and Marshall Allman
Actors Jamie Anne and Marshall Allman are expecting their first children, fraternal twins, due this spring. The couple talked to People about their double blessing. “We were ecstatic to find out we were pregnant and overjoyed to learn they were fraternal twins,” they said. “Twins run in both of our families so we were prepared for the possibility, but we know we’re gonna need all the prayers and help we can get.”

Julia Pace Mitchell and Stephen Hightower
The Young and the Restless actress Julia Pace Mitchell is excited about becoming a mommy for the first time with husband Stephen Hightower. According to People, the couple is expecting a boy in May.

“I feel so blessed and hopeful about becoming a mommy for the first time,” the actress said in a statement.

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