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Jon Pardi and Wife Summer Are (Finally) Going To Be Parents

Summer Pardi: "You hear so many stories like ours of 'the moment you stop trying, it'll happen."

Jon Pardi and his wife Summer are about to have a "Pardi of three."

The "Last Night Lonely" singer revealed to People that he and his wife will be first-time parents in early 2023.

"I'm ready to start a new adventure with my wonderful wife Summer and our new little one — Pardi of three!" he said. "I'm really excited to meet our baby and to have someone to ride around the ranch with."

Summer said she has felt great but tired throughout her pregnancy, adding it's been "overall really good" and says she feels "very lucky for that." She said she's both excited and nervous to be a mom but can't wait to see her husband be a dad.

"He's such a big kid at heart, always the life of the party, and has such positive energy, so I can only imagine how much fun this little Pardi addition will be for him and our family," she told People. "I know [being parents] is going to be the greatest gift in the world."

The country couple has been together since 2016 and married in November 2020. They've been trying to have kids since they married, and Summer said, "it was definitely an interesting two years of ups and downs."

"The constant letdown month after month can really be hard on a couple," she said. "After years of no luck and meeting with doctors who just didn't feel like the right fit, we decided to take a break, leave it in God's hands and just enjoy each other and this crazy, fun life we live together … and then surprise, we're pregnant!"

She explained she thinks stress can be a huge barrier when it comes to getting pregnant.

"You hear so many stories like ours of 'the moment you stop trying, it'll happen,' but when you're in that situation, it's really, really hard to not try or not think about it," she said. "It's just one of those crazy things in life that doesn't make sense, and there's no right or wrong answer. I feel for all of the couples out there who have been through this and especially those who are still in the thick of it."

She said the pregnancy still doesn't feel real to the couple.

"It's been five years of dreaming of what it would be like if we were lucky enough to be blessed with a baby, and now we get to live that dream," Summer said. "It's been so fun to go through all of these new changes together as a first-time experience for the both of us. We are beyond excited and cannot wait to meet our little Pardi babe!"

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