Sam Hunt posted the first photo as a family of four after recently welcoming Baby No. 2.
The “Came The Closest” artist shared the heartwarming photo with wife Hannah Lee Fowler, firstborn daughter Lucy Louise and the couple’s newborn baby on Instagram on Friday morning (November 24). He didn’t share any details about Baby No. 2 as of publication time, including his baby’s name or birthdate. Hunt simply captioned his post, “Thank You Lord,” and Instagram users gushed over the “beautiful family” and congratulated the country star on Baby No. 2.
Hunt and Fowler welcomed their first child together last year, in May 2022. The country hitmaker announced that Baby No. 1 had been born “a couple of weeks ago,” when he performed on June 7, 2022 at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. Earlier this year, during his two-night run at Resorts World Theater in Las Vegas, Hunt revealed that Baby No. 2 was on the way.
Hunt previously shared how fatherhood has “drastically” change his life, from daily routines to a shift in his own perspective on the simple things in life.
“It’s changed drastically. I mean, the way I experience everything on a day-to-day basis is drastically changed,” he said, per his record label, of his transition into parenthood. “I live outside of town, and there’s a little pond, a little gravel driveway. We live in a little cabin. There’s a little pond several hundred yards from the cabin. And, you know, when we first moved out there, I’d go down to the pond occasionally, but not really all that often and almost on a daily basis. I’ll take Lou down to the pond and just sit her down the edge on the top of the canoe or just in the grass there, and I experience the pond and the birds and whatever else is going on out there in nature in a way that I was just numb to before having a child. And so that goes for every other little thing, coffee in the morning or picking up a book and reading it as she’s playing on the floor. All those things that I maybe in the past, all of a sudden, I’m experiencing in a whole new way.”