Amy Schumer is set to birth another baby. No, it's not a cute and cuddly human, but it's near and dear to the comedian's heart and the due date is July 9.

According to HBO Max, the network is set to launch Expecting Amy, a docuseries that follows Schumer from the day she found out she was pregnant up to the birth of her child.

"Women are warriors, every one of us. And I hope sharing my story brings more awareness to the challenges of pregnancy and childbirth," Schumer told Variety.

Expecting Amy is edited by Alexander Hammer, who also edited Beyonce's Homecoming, a film about the singer's performance at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

"Amy Schumer is an inspiration and this project is such an honest look at her experience being on the road while preparing for her special," said Sarah Aubrey, head of original content at HBO Max in a statement. "Her willingness to showcase her immense vulnerability, during the most challenging time in her life, is both empowering and hilarious."

We're excited to see her journey on becoming mama!

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But raising a mentally strong kid requires parents to avoid the common yet unhealthy parenting practices that rob kids of mental strength. In my book, 13 Things Mentally Strong Parents Don't Do, I identify 13 things to avoid if you want to raise a mentally strong kid equipped to tackle life's toughest challenges:

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