Pregnant Maren Morris Celebrates Her Son on the Way at Baby Shower with Husband Ryan Hurd
Maren Morris and husband Ryan Hurd are expecting their first child together, a baby boy, next month
The countdown to Baby Hurd is on!
In a four-photo set on Twitter, the 29-year-old country singer and first-time mom-to-be (who wore Jacquie Aiche jewelry for the festivities) showed off the creative décor covering the brick-walled space, like a cream-colored knit banner below letters spelling out “Baby Hurd,” a collage of throwback photos of herself and Hurd, mini bottles of Prosecco for guests to take home and more.
Like her husband, who is a self-admitted Seinfeld fan, Morris couldn’t help tapping into one of her favorite comedy series — The Office — in her caption, referencing a quote from the lovably clueless Michael Scott (Steve Carell).
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In one photo shared to her Instagram account, Morris showed off her baby bump in a tan midi dress featuring a plunging neckline and cut-out section right below the bust. She posed with her hand on her belly, gazing into the distance as she stood on a light-washed deck over a small body of water.
The mother-to-be also shared a similar image to her Instagram Story, as well as a photo of Hurd posing at a lookout point, captioning it with, “A familiar view that never gets old.”
The singer was nominated for best country duo/group performance with fellow Highwomen band member Brandi Carlile. (Dan + Shay took home the honor.) Morris previously won a Grammy for best country solo performance for "My Church" in 2017, and performed at last year’s awards show.
Fellow country musician Hurd previously told PEOPLE that the couple is “really thrilled” about becoming parents. “She’s going to be great,” he said in November of his wife as a first-time parent.
Morris, who has downloaded pregnancy and parenting apps onto her phone, has been “able to fully concentrate on becoming a mom for the first time,” he added.