Following her Nashville concert, Pink and her kids picked up new cowboy boots — and a furry friend!

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March 12, 2019 06:15 PM

She’s gone country!

Following her sold-out Nashville concert on Sunday, Pink decided to stay in the country spirit, checking out cowboy boots at Boot Country on Lower Broadway on Monday.

Joined by 2-year-old son Jameson Moon and a security guard, the pop star perused the aisles and tried on several pairs of boots. At one point, she laughed and sat on the ground as she struggled to take off a pair that were too tight.

Jameson also seemed to fall in love with a pair of boots, as he walked around the store in a pair made for tykes. While paying, she sat her little guy on top of the counter, his little legs adorably dangling over the side.

Later in the day, the “What About Us” singer, 39, shared an adorable photo on Instagram showing off Jameson’s new black boots, while the mother-son duo drank out of their respective bottles.

“Hangin out in Nashville with my homie #andhisnewboots,” she captioned the image.

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Cowboy boots aren’t the only addition to the tour bus — Pink announced Tuesday that she and husband Carey Hart had welcomed a furry new family member.

“Thank you to the Nashville Humane Association for bringing puppies to the show for us to play with. Of course we went home with one. Meet our new rescue, his name is Nash. Short for Nashville 😍” she captioned a photo of her 7-year-old daughter Willow Sage holding the pup. “#causewhynotaddmorelove #suckerforapoundpup #notenoughstressalready #chaos #whatthehelljusthappened #sweetboy”

The mother-son shopping excursion not only came a few hours after Pink’s Beautiful Trauma tour stop at Music City’s Bridgestone Arena, but after a surprise pop-up concert at the famed Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge following the concert.

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And on Sunday, the singer shared an Instagram image of her daughter and son playing at a local park.

The pop star previously opened up about what it’s like to take her children on tour with her during an episode of Reese Witherspoon‘s new series from AT&T Shine on With Reese.

“Going on tour with children is really tricky. It’s exhausting. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done,” remarked Pink. “But I’m very, very fortunate that I get to bring my kids with me and that I kind of get to integrate them into my [work] life.”

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And that’s why she makes sure to keep a routine. In a post on Thursday, the singer revealed that she makes sure her family sits down for dinner together at least twice a week, even when she’s on tour.

The photo she posted showed her seated around a small table with her husband, motorcyclist Carey Hart, 43, Willow and Jameson. The family can be seen enjoying a meal of both hard and soft tacos complete with all the fixins, which can be found in bowls across the table.

“At least twice a week on tour, we shut the door to the outside world and have family dinner,” Pink wrote in the photo’s caption. “As you can see, it makes Jameson feel deep, deep joy,” she joked.

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This isn’t the first time the Grammy-winning singer has acted as an inspiration to parents. She recently brought and thanked the whole family while receiving her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and graced the cover of PEOPLE’s The Beautiful Issue with her kids last year, explaining how she is ensuring her kids grow up to be strong and confident citizens of the world.

When it comes to her children’s future, Pink is more concerned with “just the world that we live in,” she previously said in last year’s cover story interview.

“I have so many worries and fears as a parent. I’m such a worrier. They’re going to be fine. They chose this family. They know what they’re doing. But the world, I don’t know if the world’s going to be fine, and so I pray a lot. I cry a lot. I talk to them a lot. I hope a lot. I curse a lot.”

For now, she and Hart, 42, “try not to take life too terribly seriously,” Pink added. “We laugh a lot. It’s all about our family unit and time spent together, and much less about external stuff.”

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