Nail becomes a dad - of twins
Sunday, December 13, 2015
– David Nail became a father - of twins - on Saturday.
Lawson Brent Nail was born at 7:44 a.m., weighing in at 6 lbs., 2 oz., while daughter Lillian Catherine Nail arrived at 7:45 a.m., weighing 5 lbs., 14 oz.
"No words can describe the feeling," Nail and his wife, Catherine, said in a statement to E! News. "Beyond worth the wait. We are crazy in love with them both.
Nail, 36, and Catherine, 31, married in 2009. They revealed the pregnancy at the CMA Awards in November.
"We struggled with infertility for years and really just had to stick together to get through it," Catherine told People.
Nail is the singer behind such hits as "Red Light," "Let It Rain" and "Whatever She's Got."
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