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BumpWatch: Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis – Sunny Smiles

09/18/2011 at 08:00 PM ET
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Dumpster baby!

Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis pose at the seventh season premiere party for their show, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, on Tuesday in Hollywood, Calif.

The couple expect their first child in early to mid-December.

“It’s going to time out perfectly,” Day, 35, told PEOPLE recently.

“We live in L.A., [so] my East Coast family and her Southern family may have to come see us this Christmas.”

Meanwhile, costars Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney‘s son Axel turned 1 on Sept. 1, Glenn Howerton welcomed son Miles on Sept. 12, and David Hornsby expects his first child this fall.

RELATED: Charlie Day, Mary Elizabeth Ellis Expecting First Child

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Ali on

I wonder if they will continue the trend of all boys for the cast of that show! How funny! :)

Bree on

She looks amazing but HUGE!! Not trying to sound mean or bring on the haters but she is really big for how far along she is, I am due about two weeks before her and not even close to that big.

That is going to be one adorable kid :)

Mia on

She does look a lot further along than 6 months-closer to 8 months….maybe it’s twins?

Angela on

I’m thinking twins or she’s really due in November. I know people in the spotlight often say they’re due later than they are to keep the press away.

SadieA on

lmao at the start of this post: “Dumpster baby!”

M on

she probably looks bigger because she’s really short.

Janie on

Yep, M is right. I’m 5’2″ and all my pregnancies I looked huge because there’s nowhere to go but out. My belly just went out so darn far! I think it’s much harder being pregnant when you’re shorter because there’s just less space. I had horrible heartburn, trouble breathing, constantly had to use the bathroom, etc. moreso than the average pregnant woman, I think.

weu on

i love charlie! this baby is going to be a cutie

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