Congratulations are in order for Kimberly Schlapman! The Little Big Town singer announced via Instagram that she adopted a baby girl named Dolly.
The 47-year-old broke the news with a photo of herself, her husband Stephen, and their 9-year-old daughter Daisy posing happily with the newborn in front of a fireplace.
“The New Year brought our family new love,” Schlapman wrote alongside the ‘gram. “We're so excited to introduce you to Daisy's little sister, Dolly Grace.”
A photo posted by Kimberly Schlapman (@ohgussie) on Jan 12, 2017 at 8:01am PST
The post came as quite a shock to the Georgia-native’s fans, who didn’t realize the singer was planning to adopt. Little Big Town’s publicist confirmed to the Associated Press that little Dolly Grace joined the family after a successful domestic adoption.
Schlapman is one-fourth of the Grammy-winning vocal group, which also includes Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet and Jimi Westbrook. Little Big Town's hits include "Girl Crush" and "Boondocks."