Russell Dickerson and FGL’s Tyler Hubbard Have Playdate for Newborn Sons

Nashville

They may only be a few months old at this point, but Russell Dickerson and Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard are making sure their sons become best pals forever.

The country singers and their wives, Kailey Dickerson and Hayley Hubbard, all gathered together during a recent playdate to introduce their newborns to each other for the first time. Atlas Roy Hubbard and Remington Edward Dickerson became fast friends as seen in the adorable Instagram post on Hayley’s profile, with a photo of the two little ones laying side by side in their fall-aesthetic outfits.

“The day Atlas met his buddy Remington 🤎 This has been the best season of life having babies with the best of friends! Let the memories begin boys. 10.12.20,” Hayley captioned the sweet bonding moments.

One video included in the social media collection shows a baby swap as Russell gives Atlas a bottle as Hayley cradles Remington lovingly.

Remington was born in the afternoon on September 10 at a healthy 10 lbs., 4 oz. He is the first child for Russell and Kailey.

The Hubbards welcomed little Atlas into the world on September 24, turning their family into a party of five with Olivia, 2, and Luca, 1.

The Dickersons and the Hubbards have been friends for years now as both Russell and Tyler attended Belmont University in Nashville. They’ve even become close friends with fellow parents Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins, and their group has even gone Christmas caroling together to spread holiday cheer throughout Music City.

Coming up next month, Florida Georgia Line will be vying for the Vocal Duo of the Year award at the 54th Annual CMA Awards. They’re up against the talents of Brooks & Dunn, Brothers Osborne, Dan + Shay and Maddie & Tae.

The 54th Annual CMA Awards will air on Wednesday, November 11, at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.

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