Clay Walker and wife welcome home baby

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Clay Walker and his wife just welcomed home their fourth baby, a boy, last week. The happy family is doing well and have their sweet bundle of joy, Ezra Stephen Walker, earlier this month. The country music singer captioned the moment on social media with an adorable photo and caption about his growing family.

“Our newest angel!!” the singer wrote. “Ezra Stephen Walker has arrived! He and Mama are healthy and home. 😊 Blessed…thank you for your prayers always.”

The family first announced their upcoming addition to the family back in April. The couple had just walked the red carpet at the ACMs when Walker made the announcement. He confirmed the news by giving his wife’s belly a sweet kiss while they stood taking photos on the red carpet.

Now, the little guy is finally here, and we can enjoy all the cute pictures of him.

Walker has two other children from a previous relationship, which makes Ezra his sixth child. The baby now has two brothers, William and Elijah Craig, and three sisters, Mary, MaClay DaLayne and Skylor ClayAnne.

Clay Walker got his start in country music back in 1993. That was when he released his self-titled debut album. The very first single from that album, “What’s It To You,” wound up taking the number one spot on the charts. Since that time, Walker has had a string of hits, with his most popular songs having been recorded in the ’90s.

Walker continues to make music and released his most recent album in 2014. His last number one single was in 1997, “Rumor Has It.” The singer also spends time working with several charities, including one devoted to Multiple Sclerosis. Walker was diagnosed with the disease himself in 1996. He also has a charity band, called the Band Against MS, that he uses to raise awareness and funds devoted to finding a cure.

 

 

 

 

 

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