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Hillary Scott: Eisele Was Bitten By the Music Bug

12/11/2013 at 08:00 AM ET

Hillary Scott American Country Awards Tammie Arroyo/ AFF-USA

There may be a future country star in Hillary Scott‘s house.

The Lady Antebellum singer says her 4-month-old daughter Eisele Kaye already recognizes the group’s songs.

“We played the Grand Ole Opry a few months ago,” Scott, 27, told reporters at the American Country Awards on Tuesday.

“She was in the backstage area and they have a live feed for what’s going on on stage. She was in a dead sleep and we started into ‘Compass.’ She woke up and looked straight at the TV,and was glued. She’s already been bit by the bug.”

Scott’s baby girl will be touring with Lady Antebellum in January and — for the first time — the group will be rolling down the road in separate buses.

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Hillary Scott: Why We Waited to Name Our Daughter

11/12/2013 at 01:00 PM ET

After months spent searching for the perfect name, Hillary Scott decided to wait for the magical moment of meeting her daughter to make the final decision.

“I had felt like the instant I saw her, I would know exactly what her name was — there would be no question,” the Lady Antebellum songstress, 27, tells PEOPLE exclusively.

But when her baby girl was born in July, the new mom found herself at a temporary loss — until her husband Chris Tyrrell stepped in.

“She had probably been out of the womb 20 to 30 minutes before we decided for sure. After she was born, I was looking at Chris going, ‘What’s her name?!'” she says. “Once he said it, then I knew. I had felt that all along, but I needed him to feel it too.”

Now the couple are completely smitten over their choice of Eisele Kaye, which honors Tyrrell’s mother’s maiden name and Scott’s mother’s middle name, respectively. “Once he saw her and said it, it was done,” the  singer explains.

“We love how it sounds kind of musical, it has a sing-song sound to it. It floats in a pretty, musical way,” Scott adds.

Hillary Scott Eisele Kaye PEOPLE photos Joseph Llanes

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Hillary Scott Introduces Daughter Eisele Kaye

10/15/2013 at 08:45 AM ET

Hillary Scott Daughter Eisele Kaye First Photo
Courtesy Hillary Scott

Meet Hillary Scott‘s little lady!

Lady Antebellum’s lead singer took to Twitter on Monday to introduce her 3-month-old daughter by sharing a sweet snapshot of her smiling sweetie.

“Hello World, my name is Eisele Kaye,” she captioned the photo featuring her grinning baby girl, clad in a patterned pink onesie.

Scott, 27, and her husband Chris Tyrrell have been caught up in pure baby bliss since welcoming their first child on July 22 in Nashville. And while they’ve been enjoying time with Eisele — including plenty of daddy-daughter moments — they rejoiced over her recent major milestone.

“We almost got 8 hrs of sleep! 8 STRAIGHT hours! Thank you Eisele! #hallelujah,” the new mom Tweeted.

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Hillary Scott Welcomes Daughter Eisele Kaye

07/22/2013 at 02:15 PM ET

Hillary Scott Welcomes Daughter Eisele Kaye
Al Powers/Invision/AP

Welcome, little Lady!

Lady Antebellum‘s lead singer Hillary Scott and her husband, drummer Chris Tyrrell, are the proud parents of a baby girl, her rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.

Born Monday, July 22, in Nashville, Eisele Kaye Tyrrell weighed 7 lbs., 13 oz. The names honor Chris’s mother’s maiden name (pronounced Eyes-lee) and Hillary’s mother’s middle name.

“She is incredibly gorgeous,” the proud dad tells PEOPLE.

This is the first child for the couple, who, following a six-month engagement, were married in January 2012 during an intimate ceremony in upstate New York.
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