Trace Adkins Gifts Randy Houser With ‘Badonkadonk’ Baby Book
Randy Houser and his wife Jessa Lee Yantz Houser welcomed their first child, sweet little baby boy West Yantz Houser, into the world on Tuesday, March 6. And now, just a month later, their good friends Trace Adkins and his wife Rhonda have gifted them with a little something special to help guide them in parenthood.
Rhonda Adkins took to Twitter today (April 13) to post a picture of the present she and her country star husband are giving the couple: Dr. Sears' The Baby Book. Sure, it sounds like a pretty traditional gift (what parent out there hasn't turned to Dr. Sears for a little advice?), but this guide is even more significant because of what's on the cover. Lined up in a row are the four little babies facing away from the camera with their tiny bare tushes taking front and center stage.
And to make the present more personal, scribbled in all caps beneath the rumps is the giant word 'BADONKADONK' -- yep, just a little love coming from the 'Honky Tonk Badonkadonk' singer and his sweet wife. Trace Adkins also wrote his name beneath the markered word, making sure it's obvious who the unique gift is from. While little West can't yet get a good laugh out of the bare-bottomed badonkadonk photo, we're guessing Mom and Dad certainly will.
Upon learning of the gift on the way, Houser tweeted, "Ha! Does this thing include info on how to breathe with baby pee in my nostrils? Thank y'all!" Apparently, he's having a great time learning how to be a new dad to a little boy.
Just last month, Houser shared a photo of his newborn son via Twitter, and he and his wife have both tried to put words their joy on the social media site more than once, describing little West as "sweet," "super handsome" and "the most beautiful son in the world." Houser said in a recent interview that touring is getting more difficult for him now, since he knows he has to leave his newborn son and wife at home.