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Craig Wayne Boyd and his wife, Taylor, are parents again!

The two welcomed a bouncing baby boy into the world on Thursday, Dec. 28, and he is just perfect.

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Graydon Scott Boyd was born in Nashville, and arrived at 10:18 p.m. He weighs 6 lbs., 4 oz. and measured 19 inches long, People confirms exclusively.

His name, Graydon, has such a sweet inspiration. It’s actually in honor of Craig’s great-grandfather.

The Boyds have a full house now, and Craig couldn’t be more thrilled!  Graydon joins Craig’s older son, Jaxon, from a previous relationship, and 2 year-old Dakota Lynne, his first child with Taylor. They’ll no doubt be awesome siblings!

“Tay, Jax, Kota and I are proud to announce that last night, Graydon Scott was welcomed into our home and hearts,” the singer told People. “The last week of December will forever be a huge week in the Boyd family… #BoydsRus”

That’s right. The last week of December will always be big for the Boyds, because Craig will celebrate his 39th birthday on Sunday, New Year’s Eve, which is also daughter Dakota’s second birthday!

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You may remember that Craig won the seventh season of  “The Voice” as a member of Team Blake. He has since been hard at work balancing his career and his family, and he’s doing a mighty fine job if we do say so ourselves.

We hope he gets to enjoy some good time at home with baby Graydon and the rest of the Boyd bunch before he hits the road again in 2018! Craig’s website shows dates scattered throughout the new year into July, so check out his site for more information.

Congratulations to this precious family! Everyone at Rare Country sends our warmest wishes to you and your new bundle of joy.

This country star and former “The Voice” champion is a new father again Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images
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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