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Lady Antebellum Singer Reveals Her Twins' Gender In The Most Adorable Way

It's always exciting news when someone finds out the gender of the baby they're carrying. Whether they want to top off their registry with items specifically for their little bundle or they want to dig through a box of hand-me-downs and start filling the dresser, it is truly an exciting time in any young family's life.

Hillary Scott, co-lead singer of Lady Antebellum, and Nashville-based drummer Chris Tyrrell are growing their family.

The "Need You Now" singer previously suffered a miscarriage, but announced last month that her daughter Eisele, who is now 4, is going to be a big sister in February 2018.

"We appreciate all the love and prayers in the coming weeks as we wait (somewhat patiently if you're Chris and I, and impatiently if you're Eisele) for these precious BABIES to arrive," she wrote on August 18. "It's truly a miracle. Because we've been so open about our last pregnancy loss and journey, I want to be fully transparent with you that this happened naturally. Chris nor I have any family history of twins that we can find and are just resting in the profound gift this truly is. My heart still grieves for our loss and all who are struggling with pregnancy and infant loss and infertility."

God has answered our family's countless prayers! Our family is growing...Chris, Eisele, and I wanted to share our DOUBLE portion of joy with you all! We appreciate all the love and prayers in the coming weeks as we wait (somewhat patiently if you're Chris and I, and impatiently if you're Eisele πŸ˜‚) for these precious BABIES to arrive. Yep, babies! We are having TWINS! It's truly a miracle. Because we've been so open about our last pregnancy loss and journey, I want to be fully transparent with you that this happened naturally. Chris nor I have any family history of twins that we can find and are just resting in the profound gift this truly is. My heart still grieves for our loss and all who are struggling with pregnancy and infant loss and infertility. God hears every prayer and I will continue to share our story to point to the Source of all life, peace and comfort in the best and most difficult of times. Don't lose hope! Thank you @hodgesusry for capturing this priceless moment and make sure you swipe to see all the sweet moments @montgomeryleephoto captured on the day we told Eisele. Love and blessings to all! The Tyrrell's

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"This next year is going to be one full of joy, challenge, and adventure! Thank you for being our steady and always going above and beyond to love us so well. You are one of a kind. We love you Daddy! Love, All 6 of us. πŸ˜‚πŸ€°πŸ»πŸ‘§πŸΌπŸ‘ΆπŸΌπŸ‘ΆπŸΌπŸΆπŸΆ(ps. we don't know gender of the twins yet! 😘)" she wrote.

So you can imagine how excited everyone was to find out the gender of these babies!

Lady Antebellum is not stranger to topping the charts. Their debut single "Love Don't Live Here" topped the Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart in 2007, peaking at number 3 in early 2008. After 2 more chart-topping singles, the album was certified platinum.

In 2009 the band released "Need You Now" which topped the Hot Country Songs chart for five weeks before peaking at number 1 and number 2 on the Adult Contemporary and Hot 100 charts in early 2010.

They continue to see success releasing more songs that continue to top charts.

Scott and Tyrrell married in January 2012, after Tyrrell became the band's full-time drummer. In July 2013, the couple welcomed their first child, Eisele Kay Tyrrell.

In September 2015, Scott miscarried their second child, which inspired her single "Thy Will" in the album "Love Remains".

Since announcing their pregnancy we have been waiting to find out what the gender of the twins is.

"We are overjoyed to be having TWO more girls! Eisele is so excited to have her very own living baby dolls," the 31-year-old wrote via Instagram. "Chris and I are beyond grateful that we get to raise a household of little ladies, and can't wait to watch and help them grow into kind, independent, and confident women! Now we wait with great expectation (and many prayers) for them to get here safely!"

Congratulations to the whole family!

Source: US Magazine