This country mama-to-be is enjoying some downtime with her three girls Instagram/@hillaryscottla

If anyone deserves a little rest and relaxation this holiday season, it’s Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott.

And it looks like she’s finally getting it this Christmas break.

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Hills has had a very busy year on tour with Lady A, all while carrying her precious little twin girls! But now, she and all of her girls (including her 4-year-old daughter Eisele Kaye Tyrrell) are getting some quality snuggle time in, and it’s just the sweetest thing.

“Lazy holiday cuddles with all three of my girls,” Hillary captioned a photo of her growing baby bump with Eisele in the corner with what looks like a stuffed flamingo in her arms.

We know Eisele is so excited to meet her sisters! She’s been enjoying this last Christmas as an only child. From baking with her grandmother Linda Davis to helping pick out the Christmas tree to even helping wash dishes with a special headlamp, Eisele has ruled Christmas this year!

And it looks like Christmas morning was a smashing success—get a load of these casseroles!

“Merry Christmas y’all! Everybody has to be cass-e-ROLLED out of the kitchen after these! #foodcoma #gritscasserole #pancakecasserole #sausagecasserole,” Hillary captioned a picture of a few dishes on Christmas morning.

Oh you definitely would have to cass-a-ROLL us out of that kitchen, too!

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Now, the picture we’re waiting for is when Auntie Hillary and Eisele meet baby Lillie Renee Haywood. You may remember Hillary’s fellow Lady Antebellum band mate Dave Haywood and wife, Kelli, welcomed their daughter, Lillie Renee Haywood, into the world on Dec. 22. You can read all about precious Lillie here.


Hopefully that sweet moment is coming soon, and Hillary or Dave remember to share pictures with the rest of us!

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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