Celebrity Parents Andy Grammer Says 13-Month-Old Daughter Izzy 'Was a Champ' After Getting Second-Degree Burn on Her Hand Andy Grammer and wife Aijia share daughters Israel "Izzy" Blue, 13 months and Louisiana "Louie" K, 3½ By Benjamin VanHoose Published on May 24, 2021 02:43 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Andy Grammer/Instagram Andy Grammer says his toddler is "totally fine" after sustaining a second-degree burn on her hand. On Monday, the "Honey, I'm Good" singer, 37, shared on Instagram that his 13-month-old daughter Israel "Izzy" Blue had an accident, leading to a stressful Sunday for him and his wife Aijia, with whom he also shares 3½-year-old daughter Louisiana "Louie" K. Grammer posted a photo of himself in a hospital room, covering an electrical outlet on the wall with his foot, while Izzy stood pouting at the camera with her hand wrapped in gauze. "Me: You just second degree burned your hand and no you cannot stick your gauze mitten into the socket here in the emergency room. Her: Don't hold me down bro," the dad of two joked in the caption. Grammer added, "Doctors say will be totally fine. Honestly she was a champ about the whole thing. Also my wife @aijiaofficial is a saint. Sunday was a doozy. #girldad." Want to get the biggest stories from PEOPLE every weekday? Subscribe to our new podcast, PEOPLE Every Day, to get the essential celebrity, entertainment and human interest news stories Monday through Friday. Andy Grammer's Wife Aijia Details 'Powerful' Home Birth with Baby No. 2 After Previous C-Section The singer-songwriter is surrounded by girls in his house — a fate he previously told PEOPLE in 2019 that he felt was meant to be, given his background. "Growing up, I was super jock and very rough-and-tumble. My mom used to joke and say, 'You're going to have all girls!' " Grammer said at the time. "My mom passed away 10 years ago, so I'm sure that she has her hand in making sure that [happened]." "There's nothing else in life that I would want to invest in more than little girls. There's nothing better!" he added. "It's the best thing in the world to put your time into."