Country music’s biggest stars are looking back on their favorite memories from the Fourth.
Each milestone marks a huge moment for Scott, and she cherishes those special times by sharing the occasion with her fans on social media.
Scott gave birth to twin girls Betsy and Emory back on January 29, 2018.
“Life with these two and their big sis is just the sweetest gift. I’m overwhelmed by God’s love for His children,” Scott wrote.
Although Scott will head out on tour with Lady Antebellum this summer, husband Chris Tyrell will take on dad duties to his fullest and care for the girls at home.
The chocolate-covered bunnies were aplenty and the church services were set for all of the hottest country stars to celebrate the Easter Sunday holiday this year.
“So thankful God has entrusted us with these precious girls,” Scott wrote.
The only way to celebrate becoming a big sister is with playing and pancakes, obviously!
Reba got the girls two embroidered baby blankets, wishing them all the love!
“Emory and Betsy sure love their @ladyantebellum family!! #babybellum,” Scott wrote for the caption.
It’s been quite the busy adjustment for Scott taking care of newborns Emory and Betsy while holding down the fort for the rest of the family.
Their names are so STINKIN’ cute!
Their first child, Eisele Kaye, who was born in 2013 is now be a big sister to two little ones!
From the pre-show glam sessions to the candid snapshots taken just seconds before some massive performances, all of your favorite country stars used their social media platforms to document the chaos of the GRAMMY night.
Hillary Scott is anxiously awaiting her twins at home, but her bandmates have brought her to the GRAMMYs in the form of a cardboard cutout.
Getting tips from Scott’s husband Chris Tyrell, who happens to be the drummer for Lady Antebellum, she played out some of the notes resembling the late Tom Petty’s classic hit, “Learning to Fly.”
“I’m still absolutely floored by the fact that we are created to carry life, and that they MOVE like this within us,” she wrote.
Haywood and his wife tied the knot back in the spring of 2012 and their baby girl marks No. 2 for the family, following their first boy named Cash born in 2014.
As 2017 comes to a close, we’re looking back at some of the more memorable moments and movements within country music throughout the year.