Raelynn Welcomes the Birth of Daughter Daisy Rae

Congrats to the beautiful family!

Written by Chris Parton
Raelynn Welcomes the Birth of Daughter Daisy Rae
NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 02: Singer-songwriter RaeLynn (R) and Josh Davis attend the 50th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 2, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Country singer Raelynn and husband Josh Davis have welcomed the birth of their first child, a daughter named Daisy Rae Davis.

Daisy Rae was born healthy and happy on the afternoon of Wednesday, September 8, and the beautiful family have shared some precious photos to mark the news.

“7 Pounds 7 ounces at 4:07pm — September 8th 2021 we became a family of three,” Raelynn wrote, with pictures of the tiny bundle of joy still swaddled in hospital blankets. “These two are my world. I am beyond thankful for my husband and all the doctors, nurses and our amazing doula @mollyburg17 for helping us bring miss Daisy into the world.”

Raelynn has been keeping fans updated on her pregnancy’s progress on social media, sharing the the journey ever since announcing her news in People last May. Speaking in that article, she said she was leaning on the support of her fellow country stars and Nashville moms, and now looks forward to the road ahead.

“Babies are truly a gift,” she wrote in Daisy’s birth announcement. “So thankful for our little blonde miracle ❤️ now back to tired selfies, baby snuggles and changing diapers! Love y’all!”

Raelynn and Josh Davis were married in 2016. She broke out on NBC’s The Voice and scored a Platinum hit with “God Made Girls” in 2014. Her most recent single is “Only In A Small Town,” which comes off her upcoming Baytown full album, due September 24. The project will mark her second studio album and is named after her hometown in Texas, including recent releases like “Keep Up,” “Bra Off” and “Small Town Prayer.” Earlier this summer, she hosted her first Nashville residency with a series of shows at her Voice mentor Blake Shelton’s broadway honky tonk, Ole Red.