Young becomes a father
Thursday, October 24, 2019
– Brett Young and his wife, Taylor Mills Young, became the parents of a girl, Presley, Elizabeth Young, on Monday, they posted on Instagram.
The singer posted, "Taylor, my wife. You are a superhero. Your beauty and strength never cease to amaze me. You brought our beautiful girl into this world with a level of grace and quiet confidence that I never knew existed. I'm so impressed by and proud of you. Thank you for this incredible gift. I could not love you more!"
"My daughter, Baby P, you're perfect. I am so head over heels in love with you I can't even explain it. My world is forever changed because God gave you to me. I'm going to do so many things wrong, but I promise to never stop trying, or learning, or loving you as fiercely as is humanly possible. You are my angel, and I will never take for granted the beautiful gift God has given me in trusting me with you. I will always be your rock and your safe place. I am so proud to be your daddy, and I am quite certainly the luckiest boy in the world. (Side note, no boys til you're 30)."
The couple got married in November 2018 and announced the pregnancy in April.
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