The country star and his wife, Hayley, confirmed their decision with People, revealing that although they are done having kids of their own, they are open to growing their family in other ways.
"We're beyond grateful for our three babies and feel confident that we're done having children of our own. We've always felt that we would like to adopt one day, if the Lord opens that door and the timing is right, but for now our hands are full and we are so thankful," Tyler and Hayley said in a statement.
On Wednesday (October 14), Tyler got fans talking when he posted a series of family photos on Instagram. One of the shots showed him with a bag of frozen peas in between his legs, which fans were quick to point out.
"Instagram vs. reality in the Hubbard house," Hayley wrote. "Swipe to see what things really look like around here and see stories to see some of our behind the scenes (and what it takes to make kids and husbands and dogs sit and smile 😀)."
Tyler and Hayley are the parents to daughter Olivia Rose, 2, son Luca Reed, 13 months, and newborn son Atlas Roy.
Tyler, who would usually be out on the road touring this time of year, is thankful for the time he has at home with his family. Hayley calls the timing "a blessing in disguise," adding, "We're all so grateful to be healthy and have welcomed a healthy baby boy into our family."
The couple adds, "We've been able to really soak up this newborn phase at home without having to travel the week after delivery, and that's something new for us. Since we're all in the recovery process, it's been extra nice to settle in at home as a family of five, instead of touring."
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