Wednesday morning, Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman gets up early to launch her new line of Love & Daisies home goods on HSN.
Being an early riser is likely something the bubbly soprano is used to, since she adopted a new baby around the first of the year. Kimberly admits just talking about the little girl she and her husband Stephen named Dolly makes her emotional.
“The things that matter the most are the people that we love, and that has been heightened for me lately, because we’ve brought little Dolly into our family…” Kimberly says. “She’s a part of us, like she just fits right into the puzzle of our family like it was always meant to be. And love has just grown and exploded, and the things that matter have become so much more apparent, even than before. You know, she needed us, but we also needed her.”
It turns out no one’s crazier about the new little one than Kimberly’s older daughter, 9-year-old Daisy.
“Daisy is in heaven! She’s a little momma,” Kimberly says. “She prayed for this baby every night when she said her prayers. And she loves and adores her. She kisses her all the time.”
You can peek into the Schlapman family kitchen as Kimberly debuts her Love & Daisies products this morning at 8 a.m. ET on HSN. You’ll also be able to catch Kimberly again at 5 p.m.
This is so cute from Faith Hill!
The release of Zac Brown Band’s new album, Welcome Home, is still a little more than three weeks away, but Zac and company are continuing to give their fans a little taste of what they can expect from the new project.
This Friday, ZBB will roll out the new track, “All the Best.” You can sample a snippet via a new video the band shared on social media.
The Georgia-based musicians have already created three full-fledged lyric videos for the cuts they’ve unveiled so far. You can check out the clips for “Family Table,” “Real Thing,” and the top-20 hit “My Old Man” on YouTube.
Welcome Home is due in stores and online May 12.
You can check out the music video for “Never Mine Nevermind” by newcomer Haley Georgia on YouTube. Haley’s signed to EMI Records Nashville.