Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott has been three times blessed with daughters, and her two youngest—twins Emory and Betsy—turned 1 on Tuesday (Jan. 29). Scott marked the milestone with a post lauding all that the adorable twins have brought into her life (and other's lives) to date.

Scott, always eloquent with her words, posted a series of photos of the twins (posing together and separately), and gave the montage her special literary touch. "Girls, y’all are lighting up every room you enter and bringing more JOY than I could’ve ever imagined. I’m humbled to get to watch the magic...that you both possess individually, but that is stunning and beautiful together," she reflected. "Your Mama, Daddy and big sister love you so much."

Scott and her husband, drummer Chris Tyrrell, welcomed Betsy Mack and Emory JoAnn last Jan. 29, both weighing 5.5 pounds and measuring 17 inches long. Since then, she has frequently shared some highlights and personal glimpses into the babies' growth and daily activities via social media, as well as kept fans abreast of big sister Eisele's doings. On Eisele's fifth birthday in July of 2018, Scott posted a lovely ode thanking her firstborn for "changing our world."

Tyrrell, who served as Lady A's drummer on tour for years, made the decision with his wife last year that he'd be taking a break from the road to focus on being a full-time dad.

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