‘The Voice’ Winner Craig Wayne Boyd Is Expecting His Fourth Child
Life is about to get even more precious for Craig Wayne Boyd. The Season 7 champion of The Voice recently…
Craig Wayne Boyd; Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images for NAMM
Life is about to get even more precious for Craig Wayne Boyd. The Season 7 champion of The Voice recently revealed that he’s expecting his fourth child, his third with wife Taylor Borland, later this year.
The couple shared the exciting news with People, revealing that their new addition is going to be a boy. They also revealed that the baby’s due date is in December – the same month their two older children, 19-month-old son Graydon Scott and 3-year-old daughter Dakota Lynne’s, were born.
“We are so excited about this little guy, and the timing couldn’t be more hilarious,” Boyd, who also shares a birthday in December, told the outlet. “One big birthday party for all! The man upstairs sure does have a sense of humor.”
Along with being a new brother to Graydon and Dakota Lynne, the infant on the way will also be a sibling to Boyd’s 7-year-old son, Jaxon, from a previous relationship.
To celebrate the news, the proud father posted a music-themed photo on his Instagram page to celebrate the special baby announcement. The picture shown below depicts the Boyd gang rocking out on various instruments.
In the photo, the whole crew looks like superstars in the making. while decked out in sunglasses and surrounded by musical instruments. Boyd rests his hands on the keyboard, while Borland takes a seat at the drums. As for the little ones, they’re spread out on vocals, tambourine and lead guitar. Perhaps the baby-to-be will learn to play the mandolin since one is placed against a wall next to a sign that reads “New Boyd Band Member Coming Soon! #It’sABoy.”
Boyd and Borland, who are obviously beyond thrilled to be adding to their nest, got engaged in the fall of 2015. They tied the knot six months later on April 28, 2016. Congrats to the Boyd family!
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