Dan + Shay’s Shay Mooney and Wife Expecting Third Baby Boy
The couple’s eldest son was less than thrilled when he found out.
Shay Mooney and Hannah; Photo via Instagram
Dan + Shay’s Shay Mooney and his wife Hannah are expecting their third child and it’s a BOY!
The couple revealed the news via Instagram on Friday morning with a sweet video showcasing their sons’ reactions to the news.
Asher, 5, appeared to be a bit upset that he wasn’t going to get a sister this time around but he handled the news well.
“Do you remember when mommy told you they were going to call us this week and tell us if we’re having a boy or girl? Do you think you’re going to have a baby brother or a baby sister?,” Hannah asks him.
“I wanted a baby sister, so it’s a baby sister,” Asher quickly replies.
“Okay, will you be sad if it’s a boy?,” Hannah questions.
Without hesitation, Asher says, “Yes, because I want a sister.”
Trying to let him down easy, the soon-to-be mother of three says, “Well, baby, it’s gonna be another baby brother.”
“I wanted a sister,” he responds.
The clip goes on to show Hannah telling Ames, 2, the news. He was more receptive.
While the 2-year-old predicted it was a baby sister, he seemed to be excited to hear the news as he sweetly touched his mom’s belly to say hello to his baby brother.
After meeting through social media, Shay and Hannah immediately connected and began dating. Mooney proposed on August 9, 2016. In the midst of wedding planning, the couple learned they were expecting their first child, Asher James.
After welcoming him on January 24, 2017, Shay and Hannah tied the knot on Mooney’s family farm on October 20, 2017. Asher, who was 9 months old at the time, took part in the ceremony as did Dan Smyers, Mooney’s musical partner.
They later welcomed Ames Alexander on February 21, 2020.
Dan + Shay is currently in the midst of a summer tour with Kenny Chesney with stadium dates planned through the end of August.
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