What’s the Buzz with Thomas Rhett?

It may have something to do with these cuties in their Halloween costumes

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Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren Akins are proud parents of two beautiful girls. The proud parents spent their first Halloween as a family of four dressed up and taking pictures.

Willa Gray and Ada James played the bumble bees to their famous dad’s Beekeeper. Mom kept it fun and bright with a psychedelic clown costume.

Rhett’s latest album Life Changes features a highly autobiographical title track that details the love story of the little family.

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“Life Changes”

Verse 1:
Waking up in my college dorm
Yeah, my life, it was pretty normal
Looking for a date to the spring formal
Wasn’t worried ’bout nothing else, no
Majoring in undecided
Notebook full of bad songs I was writing
Never dreamed anyone else would like’em
Now they’re sitting on a Walmart shelf

Chorus:
Ain’t it funny how life changes
You wake up, ain’t nothing the same and life changes
You can’t stop it, just hop on the train and
You never know what’s gonna happen
You make your plans and you hear god laughing
Life changes, and I wouldn’t change it for the world, the world, oh no
And I wouldn’t change it for the world, the world, oh no

Verse 2:
I bought a ring and she said “I do”
But everybody else said, “man, you’re twenty-two
“Whatcha trying to prove?”
“Hey why don’t you wait?”
‘Cause I’ve been waiting on her since the second grade yeah
And now she got her own set of fans
She got a blue check mark by her Instagram
And I wrote a little song about holding her hand and now everybody wanna die happy now

Br:
I remember the day I told my Daddy and Mama you’re gonna have a grandkid, yep
From Uganda, that’s right, we’re adopting
And she is the cutest little girl that you’ve ever seen
Well I was wrapping my head around being a dad
A bigger wrench got thrown in the plans we thought we’d had
Now Lauren’s showin’ and got one on the way
Yeah that’s two into two, hey, what can I say?

The song was written by Thomas Rhett, his dad Rhett Akins, Ashley Gorley and Jesse Frasure.