Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott is beyond the home stretch of her pregnancy. She is due to welcome her daughter this month, and she is spending the last few days of the gestational period practicing.

Scott shared a picture of her learning exploits and her concern about getting a car seat, which will hold supremely precious cargo, secured in her vehicle. The songstress showed off her handiwork -- a car seat with a stuffed, plush giraffe strapped safely inside. Practicing with an inanimate object that will be one of her daughter's toys is a great idea.

She wrote: "Car seat practice...now hoping I can safely secure it in my car. Thankfully I have time to figure it out. ‪#momprobs‬."

At least Scott is using her time off from performing and working wisely and effectively, since she will have her hands full once Baby Girl Tyrrell gets here.

The singer also has her husband, Chris Tyrrell, to help her with such endeavors.

We have no doubt that once Scott gives birth, her instincts will take over and she'll be safely toting her pink bundle of joy around in the backseat of her ride.