The couple wed in May 2018 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, following over a year of dating after meeting on the dating app Tinder

By Karen Mizoguchi
February 16, 2019 12:48 AM
Credit: Katelyn Detweiler / Instagram

A little mighty duck is on the way!

Danny Tamberelli and his wife Katelyn Detweiler announced on Instagram Friday that they are expecting their first child.

“Doesn’t matter what day it is, my love for you is always on 11! Can’t begin to explain the happiness I feel knowing that we are rolling into parenthood together, so in love and ready to continue our adventure!” the actor wrote along with a photo of his wife showing off her baby bump.

“Could be a Pete or Petunia… We opted for a life surprise! More to come mid June!!” said Tamberelli, referring to his character Little Pete in The Adventures of Pete and Pete.

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“Three deterellis > two deterellis! celebrating all the love every day with my two beating hearts so psyched to watch @dannytamberelli become the world’s coolest dad, and to answer the burning question: will the ginger gene live on in our little junebug?!” the mom-to-be shared.

The couple wed in May 2018 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, following over a year of dating after meeting on the dating app Tinder. Among the members of the bridal party — including 12 bridesmaids and 12 groomsmen — was Michael Maronna, who was Tamberelli’s costar on The Adventures of Pete & Pete.

Tamberelli is also best known for his roles as Tommy in The Mighty Ducks, Arnold Perlstein in The Magic School Bus and as one of the cast members for Nickelodeon’s All That from seasons four through six.

Credit: Danny Tamberelli/Instagram

Tamberelli’s announcement comes one day after Nickelodeon revealed it’s rebooting the sketch comedy show All That.

The pop culture phenomenon, billed as Saturday Night Live for tweens, originally ran for 10 seasons from 1994 to 2005. Breakout star Kenan Thompson, who went on to star in SNL, will executive-produce the revival.