Lady Antebellum singer Hillary Scott and her husband recently welcomed twin baby girls, and music business friends including Reba McEntire helped welcome the new additions with some truly adorable gifts.

Betsy Mack and Emory JoAnn were born on Jan. 29, both weighing 5.5 pounds and measuring 17 inches long. Scott turned to Instagram on Saturday (Feb. 24) to thank friends and well-wishers that included McEntire, Little Big Town, Thompson Square, CMT, CAA, Red Light Management and more for their gifts, which range from three stuffed pink flamingos to body wash, baby bubble bath, wipes, clothing, more stuffed animals and a broad range of baby products.

McEntire's gift is the most personal; the superstar gifted the newborns with a pair of special quilts with their individual names on them, marked with their date of birth. Each quilt says, "Love, Reba" in beautiful cursive, and she also included a cute card for Scott and her husband, drummer Chris Tyrrell.

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" ...Thank you SO much!!! We feel so loved by an incredible village of friends and family," Scott writes to accompany the photos. Scroll through the Instagram post at the top to see all of the gifts they received.

Betsy and Emory have a 4-year-old sister, Eisele. Scott and her husband revealed her pregnancy in August, and they shared a video of the actual moment they told Eisele that she was going to have two baby sisters.

"Eisele is so excited to have her very own living baby dolls," Scott wrote as part of the baby gender reveal. "Chris and I are beyond grateful that we get to raise a household of little ladies, and can't wait to watch and help them grow into kind, independent, and confident women!"

The couple have shared a number of precious moments from their life since the twins joined their family, including a recent shot of the girls meeting their "uncle," Lady A singer Charles Kelley.

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