Catelynn retweeted Tyler's update, which we thought might have been tough to do when she was in labor, but stranger things have happened, so whatever.
A lot of outlets reported that Catelynn was, in fact, in labor, but it seems that Tyler's tweet was actually just misunderstood.
As WhattoExpect.com points out, "dilation and effacement is a gradual process that takes weeks or even a month" in some women. That makes sense, especially considering that if Catelynn went into labor right now, she would be delivering about six weeks early.
So, it sounds like Catelynn has started this process, but it could be weeks or even a month before she actually goes into labor. She actually posted on Instagram today that she got a visit from her baby niece, which she absolutely wouldn't have been up to if she was, in fact, in labor.
We'll keep you posted as soon as we get an update, but for now, it looks like we have to wait just a little while longer before we meet their baby girl.