Taylor Hanson and his wife Natalie welcomed their seventh child.
The 37-year-old singer broke the good news on Instagram on Thursday, taking to the site to reveal her bundle of joy name: Maybellene Alma Joy.
He also shared that she was born on December 7.
Happy days: Taylor Hanson announced that he and his wife Natalie welcomed a girl named Maybellene earlier this month
In the image, the MMMBop singer could be seen wearing a gray button-down shirt with a blue denim jacket as he held his daughter.
The musician later posted a video of himself performing a song called Sound Like Joy.
The video was shot at the historic Vernon AME Church, and Hanson has attached a link to a GoFundMe page for the restoration of the structure.
At the end of the video, a dedication was placed on Maybellene and her date of birth was shown.
Expressing his feelings: The singer also posted a video of himself performing a song called Sound Like Joy, which he dedicated to his new daughter
Hanson and his wife Natalie first met in 2000 and married two years later.
That same year, the new couple welcomed their first child, a son named Jordan, born on Halloween day.
Soon after, the couple added three more sons and two more daughters to their family. Maybellene is the newest member of the brood.
In a recent interview with People, Natalie explained her name selection process and how she preferred to use ones that weren’t traditional or hadn’t been used in years.
Staying together: Hanson and his wife Natalie announced they will welcome a new family member in September
Early start: The couple met in 2000 and married in 2002, with their first child arriving the same year
“I love finding gemstones that are still unfamiliar enough that people squirm a bit when they first hear them, but over time it seems completely obvious. “
She also felt the couple took their time deciding on Maybellene, adding that they intentionally did not rush the process.
“Sometimes the perfect name is a long-standing love just waiting for the chance to come to life, other times you have to explore and patiently search for the name that awaits you.
Still going strong: the Hansons have welcomed a total of seven children into their family; the first six are seen in a September portrait