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It's a very happy holiday season for country singer David Nail as his wife Catherine! The couple's baby twins arrived Saturday, making an early Christmas surprise for the two who announced their pregnancy just last month on the CMA Awards red carpet.
"We are beyond excited to finally be sharing this news with you all," Nail wrote on Instagram after the awards show. "We are extremely blessed and I am so thankful for my 'Fighter.'" According to Entertainment Tonight the couple's twins were born one minute apart and share matching "L" monikers. The first-time parents announced the names of their twins — son Lawson Brent Nail and daughter Lillian Catherine — shortly after their birth.
"No words can describe the feeling," the couple told People after a rep confirmed their new parenthood. "Beyond worth the wait. We are crazy in love with them both." Aww!
Although the couple kept their pregnancy a secret for months, we're talking 8 whole month's, they were very quick to share the first pictures of their little bundles of joy. Nail posted the adorable picture of his new son and daughter less than a day after their birth. We're so glad he posted right away unlike other celebrities— Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis we're looking at you— who make us wait for months before reveling their little bundles of joy.
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The country crooner and his wife Catherine got married in 2009 and admitted to having fertility troubles before the couple was able to conceive. "We struggled with infertility for years and really just had to stick together to get through it," Catherine told People.
While the duo has managed to keep their relationship out of the spotlight, Nail hasn't kept it out of his music. On his second album titled The Sound of a Million Dreams he has a track titled "Catherine." (Aww!) The singer hasn't officially admitted to the song being about his wife, the tune includes lyrics like, "Catherine I can't give you anything, much more than this couple hundred dollar ring, and promises ain't never been my strength, but you are all I'll ever need, you are all I'll ever need." Come on, how could it not be?!
We are so excited to welcome these two into the new parents club and cannot wait to hear how they're planning to celebrate their first Christmas as a family of four. We know the kids will only be a few weeks old, but you're never too young for your first picture with Santa!