Ever since welcoming her third child, Maci Bookout has made it pretty clear that she thinks her family with husband Taylor McKinney is complete.
With Teen Mom OG, her book I Wasn't Born Bulletproof: Lessons I've Learned, and three kids to look after on her plate, Maci sure does have a lot of things to juggle in her life right now..
Before Maverick was even born, joining big sis Jayde and older brother Bentley, Maci revealed that she and Taylor did not plan on having a fourth child.
In fact, Maverick was a total surprise!
Right before Maverick arrived, Maci admitted that a permanent method of birth control would be put in place “immediately after the birth,” since her third child was conceived while she was taking contraceptive pills.
But has she had a change of heart? Many Teen Mom fans say yes!
A recent photo that Maci posted on Instagram from her recent family vacation shows the proud mother-of-three relaxing with her two boys.
"Beachin' it with my boys! #familyvacation #thingsthatmatter #bennybaby #mrmaverick," Maci captioned the photo.
While several commenters noted how adorable the photo was, others couldn’t help but notice that Maci is sporting what looks to be a burgeoning baby bump.
"That's a baby bump right?!?!" commented one follower, while another added: "Is there another baby on the way?"
Others, however, thought it was ridiculous how much speculation was surrounding this one photo.
“If she is pregnant SO What!!!! She is married she can have as many children as she likes. Why are people making such a big deal if she is pregnant or not Smh,” one fan wrote.
“Everyone is freaking out about her possibly being pregnant. So what she has a husband. Not her job to let everyone know. Y'all are only guessing she is because of news and shi*,” another added.
While neither Maci nor Taylor has responded to the rumors that they are expecting again, Maci has made it pretty clear in the past that they do not plan on having any more kids.
“We’ve both talked about adoption or fostering in the future, down the road, but we’re not [having kids] biologically,” she told PEOPLE. “For both of us, it’s one of those things where if we are capable of providing a stable home, healthy relationships and some hope for a child who may not have that or ever experienced it, then we want to.”