Eric Paslay had some big news to share on Monday (July 16): The country singer and his wife, Natalie, are expecting their first child together.

Paslay announced the news on Instagram with a photo of himself kissing his wife, guitar in hand, with a sign in the foreground that reads "Need Diaper $." "@nataliepaslay and I are so excited to announce that we ...!! #NeedDiaperMoney," he writes in the picture's caption.

The couple has been married since April of 2015, after meeting several years prior through Paslay's then-publishing company, where Natalie worked. The couple have yet to reveal the baby's due date, and no information is available just yet about the child's gender or name.

Paslay released his most recent single, "Young Forever," in February of 2018, after performing the song live at the 2018 Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, Tenn. He also released The Work Tapes EP, a project that takes fans inside the writers' room to show a behind-the-scenes look at how a song is written and the process of taking a track from its first demo versions to the finished product, in 2017. He is the singer behind the 2011 Top 5 single "Friday Night," as well as Top 20 tracks "She Don't Love You" and "Song About a Girl."

The country singer is currently planning a summer filled with concert and festival dates. In the past, he has toured with such notable artists as Dierks Bentley, Eric Church and Little Big Town, among other country acts. For more information about Paslay, head over to his website.

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