From C-sections to clapbacks! Maren Morris has been opening up about motherhood since giving delivery to her and Ryan Hurd‘s son, Hayes, in March 2020.
“Hayes Andrew Hurd,” the nation singer wrote through Instagram when the toddler arrived. “3/23/20.”
The information got here 5 months after the Texas native debuted her child bump. “The irony is simply too wealthy that after a 12 months of dwelling within the ‘GIRL’ headspace, the universe would give us a child boy to even issues out,” the “My Church” singer captioned her October 2019 announcement. “See you in 2020, baby.”
Hurd posted one other shot of Morris’ budding stomach to his personal account on the time, writing, “MY BOYS CAN SWIM. BABY BOY HURD 2020! Take a look at her. Can’t consider this life with this woman. Additionally, thanks George Constanza for this caption that I’ve been sitting on my complete life.”
The Michigan native gushed completely to Us Weekly the next month about how “proud” he was of the Grammy winner. “This 12 months has been so superb for her after which to additionally have the ability to speak about child information, it’s simply been so particular throughout,” he mentioned on the time.
“I positively should stroll downstairs to get the ice cream now and take it again after we’re finished,” Hurd went on to inform Us of pampering his pregnant spouse. “I discovered you’re presupposed to do, like, a push current? So I’m figuring that factor out. I don’t know, I actually am so new at this.”
Morris and the “Each Different Reminiscence” singer tied the knot in March 2018 in Nashville and initially maintained a long-distance marriage. “We do a reasonably good job at continually preserving in touch, a number of FaceTime,” Hurd defined to Us in March 2019. “Now we have the identical supervisor now, so she helps our calendars actually coalesce properly and that’s helped it bit.”
Since changing into mother and father, Morris has spoken candidly concerning the ups and downs of motherhood. Preserve scrolling to learn the “Wealthy” singer’s tackle giving delivery throughout a pandemic and extra.