Country music singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert shared some personal family pictures with her fans over social media on Christmas Day.
In a post wishing a hearty “Merry Chrismas y’all!” on Instagram, Lambert also shared a series of photos of those close to her.
As you can see, there are horses, dogs, cats, and a few other furry friends from her farm.
Lambert, much like a lot of country music performers, has had to adjust a lot of plans in 2020 because of COVID-19 and cancel concerts. Yet it appears that she’s been finding a way to use that time wisely with family and animals of all shapes and sizes.
Last Sunday, she performed her No. 1 hit song “Bluebird” on CBS’ “Home for the Holidays” series.
Lambert’s song also won the Music Video of the Year award at the CMAs. The official music video features Miranda Lambert in a blue, shimmering dress as she twirls in an old-fashioned birdcage in front of an audience.
Take a look as she plays “Bluebird.”
Miranda Lambert Spoils Dogs With Early Christmas Gifts
Obviously, Lambert loves her animals as you can tell in the photo above. She loves them so much that they received early Christmas presents from their owner.
Earlier in December, she showed off the spoils (er, gifts) that her dogs received from her. Lambert posted a video with some photos that show the dogs playing with their new toys.
Lambert shared how she spoiled her dogs by giving them “early Christmas presents” on Twitter. In a video along with a string of photos, Lambert showed her dogs playing with their brand new dog toys.
Now the toys come from the MuttNation line, part of an organization that Lambert founded in 2009. She started the organization with her mother because of Miranda Lambert and her own love for animals, especially dogs. Her goal was to offer as many dogs as possible a happy place to call home.
Lambert’s love for dogs certainly hasn’t disappeared after marrying Brendan McLoughlin in 2019.
She made it abundantly clear that her love for animals is important.
“I was like, ‘Hey, if you don’t like dogs, that’s kind of a deal-breaker,’” Lambert said, according to iheartdogs.com. “He actually loves the dogs to death.”