Big news this morning on the Kidd Kraddick Morning Show!

In February of last year, we learned that Jenna Owens was leaving her full time position with the Kidd Kraddick Morning show. She had been on the show for twelve years, but started her own skincare business that really took off. She didn't have time for both, but still calls into the show once a week to catch up with everybody.

Jenna usually calls in on Wednesdays and she dropped a bombshell on everybody today announcing that she was pregnant. You can listen to her announcement above. Congratulations to Jenna on the pregnancy! She was always one of my favorites on the show. It was sad to see her go, but I am happy to see she is living her best life. I'm sure she is going to make one kick ass mom.

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It is a big week for the Kidd Kraddick Morning Show. The rest of the crew is currently enjoying a nice family vacation in Florida. You can check out some of those videos below. Be sure you tune in weekday mornings right here on 92.9 NIN for the Kidd Kraddick Morning Show from 5 until 10. The crew is in Florida the rest of the week, so be sure you check it out.

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