James Van Der Beek and his wife Kimberly Van Der Beek have welcomed a new bundle of joy after two recent miscarriages.

The 44-year-old "Dawson's Creek" alum took to his Instagram Monday to share the exciting news. He posted a gallery of photos showing him, Kimberly and their children taking turns in holding the newborn whom they named Jeremiah Van Der Beek.

"Humbled and overjoyed to announce the safe, happy arrival of Jeremiah Van Der Beek ❤ ️ (We've been calling him Remi, btw - not "dinosaur" _ )," he wrote in the caption. "After experiencing late-term #pregnancyloss twice in a row (both at 17+ weeks), we kept this one quiet. Truthfully, I was terrified when I found out."

In his post, James narrated that his wife suffered from an "incompetent cervix." He revealed they found a doctor who was able to help them with the condition.

"But we found a doctor here in Texas who diagnosed the last two as having been caused by an: 'incompetent cervix' (I asked him what kind of misogynistic old dude invented that term and he laughed - which made me like him even more. Now it's called a #WeakenedCervix)," he noted. "A simple surgical cerclage was done, removed at full-term, @vanderkimberly gave birth naturally on the ranch… and here we are. The medical books say to only look at a cerclage as an option after three late-term losses. Our doctor recommends considering it after one. Spread the word."

Apart from Jeremiah, the couple has five other children — Olivia, 11, Joshua, 9, Annabel, 7, Emilia, 5, and Gwendolyn, 3.

The family moved to Austin in October 2020. In May, the couple talked to People about their back-to-back pregnancy. 

"My life was on the line," Kimberly, who had her fourth and fifth pregnancy losses in November 2019 and June 2020, respectively, told the outlet. "What saved my life was blood transfusions, people who donated blood. Without them, I probably would not be here."

She lost both babies when she was 17 and a half weeks pregnant.

Following the ordeal, James and Kimberly partnered with the American Red Cross to raise awareness on the issue and encourage blood donations.

"It's one of those donations that is most direct. It doesn't cost any money and it's literally lifesaving. It's an amazing way to help out humanity in general," James said.

JAMES VAN DER BEEK James Van Der Beek is competing on Season 28 of “Dancing With the Stars.” Photo: ABC/Justin Stephens