Randy Houser’s adorable 9-week-old son, Huckleberry Randolph, had a big night out Tuesday (Aug. 13) when he joined his father on stage at the Grand Ole Opry.
Houser and his wife Tatiana documented the experience in a series of photos on Instagram.
“Making his Grand Ole @Opry debut tonight,” Houser wrote, along with a photo of himself with little Huck entering the Grand Ole Opry through the official artist entrance.
The proud new mom also shared several photos from the evening, along with the caption, “Tuesday night at the @opry including a Huckleberry Houser debut.”
Huck joined the Houser family on June 9, weighing 7 lbs., 6 oz.
“He’s handsome, healthy and happy and we couldn’t be more excited to get him home and start the next chapter of our lives together with him,” Houser, who is already a father to 7-year-old son West from a previous marriage, told People at the time of his birth.
It seems as if they are settling into their new life with Huck just fine. Tatiana often shares photos of him on Instagram and previously revealed that they’ve learned to keep up with Houser’s busy touring schedule by utilizing FaceTime to keep in touch.
Randy Houser’s latest album, Magnolia, is out now.