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Kimberly Schlapman has so much to be thankful for this year, and she’s sharing her blessings with all of us.

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The Little Big Town member posted the most beautiful photos of the lovely ladies of her family — including her own two daughters — on Thanksgiving day.

Thankful for the love on this couch this morning! ❤️

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“Thankful for the love on this couch this morning,” she captioned one shot.

Aw, just look at them, all snuggled up in their pajamas with blankets!

Later in the day, Kimberly shared a photo of all the cousins together, and we can’t get over how much her daughter Daisy has grown.

Another year. Another cousin. Thank you, Jesus. ❤️ Happy Thanksgiving!

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“Another year. Another cousin. Thank you, Jesus. Happy Thanksgiving,” she captioned that post.

That new cousin would be sweet baby Dolly. Dolly was welcomed into the Schlapman family in January by way of a domestic adoption, and this is her first Thanksgiving with her new family. You can tell everyone is so in love with her.

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And can we just say that little leopard print winter hat she is wearing is too stylish for words?

Kimberly has always put her family first. It’s a great reminder to of us all how important loved ones are, and that we should treasure the time we have with them.

Thank you for posting these, Kimberly! We hope the rest of your Thanksgiving was filled with lots of memories.

Little Big Town is nominated for Duo/Group of the Year at this year’s Rare Country Awards! You can log onto RareCountryAwards.com to cast your votes through Dec. 13.

This Little Big Town member has the most beautiful family Instagram/@ohgussie
Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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