It's a boy
Thursday, October 10, 2013
– Dierks Bentley became a dad for the third time on Wednesday night. Knox Bentley was born, and his father took to Twitter the news.
" "Well ... our boy knox is here! about to have the best tasting cold beer of my life! so proud of my wife. she rocked it. crazy stuff. #beerme," Bentley posted at about 11 p.m. Wednesday.
This is the third child for Bentley and his wife Cassidy. The Bentleys also have two girls, Evie, 5, and Jordan, 2.
"Mad respect for doctors, nurses and everyone at hospitals. can't believe y'all do that day in and day out. hard work making miracles happen," Bentley wrote.
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