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7 of the Hardest-Working Moms in Country Music


Moms have been the subject of many country hits. Throughout the years, country songs have displayed how much mothers are celebrated, loved and appreciated. And on this Mother's Day, we're celebrating the hardworking women of country music who balance their careers with their motherly duties.

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood just celebrated son Isaiah's second birthday. In the two years since giving birth, Carrie launched a massive world tour, dropped a major album and learned to manage her new responsibilities as a mom. This country queen does it all - even if it means holding a baby on her lap while she gets ready for a show!

Hillary Scott

Hillary Scott was the first member of Lady Antebellum to become a parent. Since giving birth to daughter Eisele in 2013, the Lady A front-woman has continued to make music and even released a solo Christian album, Love Remains, in 2016.

Jessie James Decker

Sure, Jessie James Decker can pack the Opry House with a crowd of fans. But the only fan this mother of two is only concerned with impressing is her two-year-old daughter, Vivianne.


Karen Fairchild

Little Big Town members Karen Fairchild and Jimi Westbrook started out as bandmates, but ended up becoming soulmates. The LBT couple wed in 2006 and gave birth to their son, Elijah, four years later.

Kimberly Schlapman

This bubbly blonde from Little Big Town became a mom in 2007 when she gave birth to her daughter Daisy. Kimberly Schlapman added to her family this year when she adopted a second daughter, Dolly Grace.

Faith Hill

Country superstar Faith Hill took a hiatus from music for several years to focus on raising her three daughters. But now that her girls are growing up and moving to college, Faith is back in the spotlight with husband Tim McGraw for their ongoing Soul2Soul World Tour.

Martina McBride

Martina McBride has been one of country music's leading female voices for more than two decades. But at home, she's just a mom. At least, that's what her teenage daughters think.

"They're at the age now where they really understand what I do and see it more than just Mom goes to work and sings. They understand it in context because they have musicians that they look up to and admire," Martina said, according to CMT. "I think it still blows their minds that I have fans. They're like, 'What? You're just mom!'"


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