Florida Georgia Line Singer and Wife Share Sweet Pregnancy Announcement

The country singer and his wife shared their exciting news on Instagram—and they even divulged a cute story about when they decided to grow their family.

The news is out: Florida Georgia Line member Tyler Hubbard and his wife, Hayley, are going to be parents! 

Haley, who founded The Vogue Trip, is set to give birth to the couple's first child in December. Both Tyler and Hayley shared the big news on their Instagram pages. 

"We've had such a hard time not telling everybody for the last few months because we are SO excited.... WE ARE PREGNANT. Holy cow, we're going to be parents. God is so good and we can't wait for this next chapter of our life," Tyler wrote alongside a photo of the couple proudly holding up Hayley's positive pregnancy test.

Hayley took to The Vogue Trip's Instagram page to share the exciting announcement as well. Her two-part post featured adorable cookies in the shape of rattles, rocking horses and baby bottles (such a sweet idea—literally!)

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"Beyond excited for this new chapter and even more excited to see @thubbmusic be a dad!" the mom-to-be wrote.

Both Tyler and Hayley are clearly over the moon, but that doesn't mean it's been an easy ride. Haley has been battling morning (or, more accurately, all-day) sickness, and she dealt with the unpleasant effects of being in the first trimester while traveling to Tanzania. 

The couple shared a story about how they decided to start trying for a baby: The idea came up during a trip they took with Thomas Rhett and his wife, Lauren. Both Lauren and Hayley took pregnancy tests at the same time—Lauren's was positive, Haley's was not.

“That was when it hit Hayley and [me]. It was the first time that we were actually excited about the possibility of being pregnant,” Tyler told PEOPLE. “When we realized that we weren’t pregnant when we thought we were—we had two minutes of a little bit of disappointment. So that instigated the conversation of, ‘Well, maybe we should give this thing a shot and see what happens.’ ”

...And here they are!