Hillary Scott was the first of the Lady Antebellum trio to welcome a little one, and the singer shares now that her daughter, Eisele Kate, is two, she’s really started to come into her own and “find her voice” — but that’s not all she’s learning. Apparently, Eisele is a regular flirt backstage.

“She’s just flat out flirting with boys,” Scott told People during the group's tour this summer. "She’s doing the hand-over-her-face giggle whenever Sam Hunt walks into catering.”

But Eisele doesn’t let her interest distract her from pursuing other passions. Her mom says now that she is talking, her singing is more abundant than ever.

“She was really interested in singing when she was a newborn, she’d make sounds and hum and coo, but now that her words are developing so well, she is singing a lot,” the Lady A frontwoman gushes.

In addition to Scott’s little girl, Lady A’s crew is also home to Dave Haywood’s boy, Cash, and bandmate Charles Kelley has one on the way.

“We need to start a Lady A daycare bus,” Scott joked. “There could be padding on the walls and on the floors. It will just be a mini toddler gym class!”

She went on to compliment Kelley and his readiness for having his own baby crawling around.

“Charles is so good with kids, Cassie too,” Scott shared. “I’m so ready to see the joy on their face once that baby is here.”

Lady A are taking a break from the road right now after their Wheels Up tour with Hunt and Hunter Hayes. Kelley is taking the opportunity to pursue a solo project, but fans don’t have to worry; the trio is here for the long haul.

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