Elizabeth Johnston, together with her boyfriend Brice Bolden, has announced that they are expecting their first child, due in November 2023. The couple is incredibly excited about the upcoming arrival of their baby. Elizabeth’s sister, Emma Johnston, has also shared her thoughts on becoming an aunt.

Initially, Trent and Amber Johnston, Elizabeth’s parents, remained silent about the baby announcement. However, about an hour later, they expressed their immense excitement for the news. They even revealed the names they will go by as grandparents. Amber will be called Lollie, while Trent will be known as Boppa. This will be their first grandchild, adding to their family of five children.

Elizabeth and Brice have already moved out and are living together, making this their first child as a couple. Anna, Elizabeth’s sister, doesn’t have a publicly known boyfriend, so it may be some time before she adds to the family’s grandchildren. On the other hand, Jonah and his girlfriend Ashley are in a serious relationship, hinting at the possibility of more grandchildren in the future. As for now, Elizabeth and Brice are eagerly awaiting their baby’s arrival in November 2023, without having revealed the gender yet.

Emma Johnston took to her Instagram to express her joy and anticipation as she becomes an aunt. In her post, she exclaimed, “You can call me… Aunt Em 🩷👩🏻‍🍼 Finding out that I was becoming an aunt made me tear up with happiness. I can’t wait to cherish and love this baby. Baby B is already deeply loved, and I’m excited to shower even more love upon them. Aunt Em is thrilled to babysit, spoil, love, and cuddle this little one. Congratulations to @lizzzjohnston & @brice_bolden_ <<< I love you guys.” She accompanied her message with an adorable baby bump picture.

Overall, the Johnston family is overjoyed about Elizabeth’s pregnancy, and Emma is eagerly looking forward to embracing her role as an aunt to the upcoming addition to their family.

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