Baby Boy on the Way for Craig Wayne Boyd
It'll be a boy for The Voice season 7 winner Craig Wayne Boyd and his wife Taylor, who are expecting their second child together
Craig Wayne Boyd is adding a new Voice to his family!
The country singer-songwriter and his wife Taylor are going to be parents again, a rep confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.
The couple’s baby boy, due in January, will join big sister Dakota Lynne, 18 months, and Boyd’s 5-year-old son Jaxon.
In a hilarious photo Boyd shares with PEOPLE, the soon-to-be family of five is posing next to a sign reading, “We will soon be #outnumbered #babyboyd” — with Jaxon holding onto a rope binding the parents-to-be. Dakota is perched on her dad’s shoulders, while “IT’S A BOY!” can be seen written on a window in blue.
“Taylor and I are thrilled about the arrival of our new #BabyBoyd! We’re so blessed,” The Voice season 7 winner, 38, tells PEOPLE exclusively. “I think my son is more excited that it’s not another sister!”
Adds Boyd, whose new album Top Shelf will be released Oct. 27, “It’ll be a busy fall/winter as we’re also preparing to release new music, so stay tuned.”
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“It was like love at first sight,” Boyd told PEOPLE of Taylor following the proposal of meeting his now-wife at a 2014 holiday party.
Added the “My Baby’s Got a Smile on Her Face” singer, “I remember first seeing her at the front door and just being taken back by how beautiful she was. I knew then that I had to get to know her.”
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Following Dakota’s arrival — on her dad’s 37th birthday! — Boyd told PEOPLE, “It was the best birthday present I could have ever received.”
“We are in love already and I am so grateful for our growing family. Dakota is beautiful just like her mom,” he added at the time.
- With reporting by ANYA LEON