Vince Gill's daughter shares sweet photos of his grandsons and they are growing up quickly
Iconic country artist Vince Gill has shared a special bond with his grandchildren as is evident from several snapshots shared by his daughter, Jenny Gill, on social media.
Jenny has taken to Facebook to share some adorable snapshots of the little ones in the family, 4-year-old Wyatt, and 8-month-old Everly June.
Back in August 2014, Jenny shared the photograph of Vince’s first grandchild when he was born. The photograph showed him wearing a tee-shirt that had the text ‘1 Month’ written on it.
The snapshot also informed that Wyatt weighed 8 lbs and 6 oz at the time of his birth and was measured 20.5 inches.
Another photograph that was posted on Facebook almost two years after his birth showed Vince and the young boy sharing a cute moment.
In the photograph, Wyatt lied across his grandfather’s chest while holding his hands lovingly. The two looked involved in some affectionate conversation. ‘Pretty cute if you ask me,’ Jenny captioned the picture at the time.
Over the years, the grandfather and the grandson have developed a strong bond. They even carry out several activities together including golf, playing blocks, trains, and many other.
On January 12, 2018, Jenny again gave birth to her second child, Wyatt’s little sister, Everly June. She again took to Facebook to share the emotional moment.
A few months ago, Gill posted an exclusive video of the country icon feeding his little granddaughter her very first bottle of milk. The video showed Vince carrying Everly in his lap by the fire as she happily gulped milk from the bottle.
The two grandchildren of the legendary artist seem to be growing more beautiful with each passing day. Jenny also took to Facebook earlier this week to share the recent photographs of her two darling children.
The photograph showed the siblings lying on the bed on their belly and giving elated expressions at the camera. The two of them look truly adorable, and there’s no doubt that Vince is one proud grandfather.