There’s no place like home for the holidays—and there’s no one like family to help you usher in the season!
It’s definitely the most wonderful time of the year at the home of Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott, and she is wasting no time getting in the Christmas spirit with two of her favorite girls — her mother and daughter.
Hillary posted the sweetest photos on her Instagram of a few of her holiday traditions, and let’s just say we want in on those!
The first stop is the kitchen, where Hills gets her bake on with her mama, country singer Linda Davis.
“This week, we got to get in the kitchen for some Christmas baking with my mom, Linda Davis. It was such a special day and one of my favorite things about this season,” Hillary captioned the photo.
And it looks like it’s going to be an incredible dessert of some sort—maybe banana pudding? We see Nilla wafers and we coming running, y’all.
Next up is the Christmas tree, and for this project, Hillary enlisted another very special helper: her sweet daughter Eisele, who at four years old is officially not a baby anymore!
Hillary posted a picture of Eisele next to a Christmas tree, and we cannot get over how much this little angel has grown up!
“It’s not going in the yard, Russ, it’s going in our living room. #foundit #Christmas2017”
We see what you did there, Hillary—giving us a “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” quote.
Long live Clark Griswold and all of Hillary and Chris’ family traditions! And just think, next year there will be not one, but two new little helpers there to ring in the holiday season. Hillary and Chris are expecting twin girls in February!
At the November tapping of the “CMA Country Christmas” special, Hillary said, “This Christmas will be the quietest Christmas for a while. This time next year will be a whole different story.” She also joked that she and Chris, “will be outnumbered three to two, and my poor husband will be outnumbered four girls to one guy.”
What a precious family, right down to the dog!
In other news, Lady Antebellum is nominated for Duo/Group of the Year at the Rare Country Awards this year. You can cast your vote at RareCountryAwards.com through Dec. 13. The winners will be announced during the first-ever Rare Country Awards livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14.