Maren Morris Reveals the Adorable Presents Miranda Lambert Sent for Her Son Hayes: 'Best Gifts'
"You give the best gifts," Maren Morris said of fellow country star Miranda Lambert
Morris revealed that Lambert gifted her and her son — 4-month-old Hayes Andrew — matching denim jackets, decked out with their names embroidered and a glittery fringe on the back.
"Oh my god. Okay. @mirandalambert you give the best gifts," the country star wrote on her Instagram Story Wednesday, alongside a photo of the side-by-side jackets, made by the Nashville and Los Angeles-based brand Daniel X Diamond.
Morris, 30, also shared a photo of baby Hayes sporting his new outfit while being held by dad Ryan Hurd, 33.
Morris and Hurd welcomed Hayes on March 23. "Love of our lives," Morris captioned a gallery of photos on Instagram at the time, including the country star holding her sleeping son while in a Nashville hospital bed and a shot of a smiling Hurd holding baby Hayes.
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While the new parents have been self-quarantining in Nashville with their baby, Hurd, also a country singer, recently shared that they were expecting to enjoy this family time at home anyway.
"Life isn't that different from the way that we planned it, to be honest. We were going to be off the road right now," the singer-songwriter, who recently released his new single "Every Other Memory," told PEOPLE in May.
"It's a little harder because we can't really have anybody over to see our baby, but I feel like we're very blessed in that we have avoided a lot of hardships that other artists have had to face, because we haven't had to really cancel many shows," he explained. "We're really lucky to just be here learning how to be a family of three and it's been really an amazing time in our lives."
Easing into fatherhood has been a natural transition, too, he shared.
"The whole first month has sort of been making sure that her relationship with this kid is rock solid and making sure that he's supported," Hurd said. "I change a lot of diapers, and I keep my hands constantly busy cleaning or making bottles and stuff like that."
He continued, "It's mostly just made me hyper-aware of my responsibility to the two of them. But I don't feel like a different human. I still talk to my friends every day and have all my hobbies and still love my work. There's just another part of the equation now."