Thomas Rhett’s Heart Soars Seeing Daughter Willa Grow Into Big Sister Role
Thomas Rhett’s life has changed a lot in the last few years, as he documents in his current hit, "Life Changes." In a new interview with the Bobby Bones Show, Rhett reflects on one of the sweetest changes: becoming a father of two little girls who are getting used to their new role as sisters.
“It took (Willa Gray) a minute to adjust because it was only her for four months and then Ada was born, so she didn’t have much time to be an only child,” says Rhett, who is sporting a rather hearty dad beard. "So when Ada got in the picture, it took her about a month to adjust to it, but now man, she treats Ada amazing. She’s really growing into that big sister role pretty hard."
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Rhett says his little family of four is loving spending summer out on the road while Dad is touring with Kenny Chesney. But life on the road with two little ones comes with its share of challenges.
“We kinda started potentially putting them to bed before the show because if they stayed up till after the show, then Willa goes crazy until like midnight and will not go to sleep,” Rhett explains. "They love standing side-stage. It’s just a constant trying to get Willa Gray not to run out on the stage and grab my leg ..."
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“(Willa Gray) really enjoys being in the spotlight I think,” he says. “If she gets a hold of my microphone and someone asks to get it back from her, it's bad.”
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