Country start Tim McGraw is currently “outnumbered” at home. He’s hoping to balance the scales one day with a grandson.
Undoubtedly, Tim McGraw has created a man’s man image for himself throughout his career. With songs like ‘Real Good Man,”Truck Yeah,” and “The Cowboy in Me” McGraw has definitely showcased his machismo. However, it’s a completely different case for McGraw at home. During an interview, McGraw shared what it’s like to have three daughters.
“I am outnumbered.” My house is full of estrogen,” said McGraw laughing. “I cry at hallmark commercials. But here is what the truth of the matter is. You know I’ve grown up with all sisters and my mom. I didn’t really have a dad around much, and when I did have one around, they weren’t the best role models.”
McGraw said that, someday, he hopes he has a grandson.
“I do hope for a grandson one day,” said McGraw.
McGraw said that he’s hoping his grandson can follow in the footsteps of his great grandfather, Tug McGraw who was an MLB player.
“There are quarterbacks and pitchers in my heritage, so I’m hoping for one down the road somewhere,” said McGraw.
Tim McGraw Said That Being Surrounded By Women ‘Taught Me How To Be A Man’
Nevertheless, McGraw said that being surrounded by women has taught him how to be a better man.
“My daughters and my wife and having a house full of women — and being the kind of guy’s-guy that I am, up to doing the things I like to do — sometimes I think myself more macho than I am for sure,” he continued. “But they have made me such a better man. They made me see things in a different way. They taught me so much more about life, about how to be a man.”
McGraw added that he wouldn’t change his life one bit and that he’s grateful for being “outnumbered” at home.
“There’s nothing like three daughters and a wife who are headstrong, smart, love you unconditionally. There’s nothing like being surrounded by that. That can teach you how to be a man as much as that can. They can teach you how to be a man more than I can. I wouldn’t change it for the world. I don’t know if I would be the same person without it. For better or for worse,” McGraw mused. “It’s a blessing. It really is. It has affected my art in a lot of ways as well. The music that I make, the movies that I make, the choices that I make. It’s made all those things more defined, more emotional.”