Country music singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton made sure his wife Morgane knew how much he loved and appreciated her on her birthday.
Their relationship, like so many, is special and beautiful in its own way. Stapleton expresses his deep appreciation and affection for Morgane in this Instagram post.
Stapleton spent a lot of time in 2020 with Morgane and his five children because tours were stopped due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A lot of his time, honestly, has been spent changing baby diapers when needed. His oldest children are 11 and 10 years old, respectively, so they obviously don’t need diapers. But they still need some guidance in life along the way.
Chris Stapleton Spent Time Learning About His Children
He really came to appreciate the time at home because it let him get to know his children as a parent.
“You get to really check in with — my older children are 11 and 10…so there’s all kinds of new personality and emotional space to explore with them,” Chris Stapleton said. “It’s really interesting to talk to them and hear their takes on things, their likes, and dislikes, and they’re very opinionated.”
One thing both Chris and Morgane Stapleton have agreed upon is not releasing their children’s names to the public. They enjoy their privacy, especially when it comes to the kids.
“I signed up for this,” Stapleton told The Boot. “My children did not. I am a very private person, and in that respect, I keep my children out of it. They’re children, and they deserve the chance to be children.”
Stapleton Admits To Having Studio Superstitions
While Stapleton knows that superstitions may or may not have some truth to them, he likes to follow a particular order when recording.
For instance, if you stopped by and watched him record then you will find him playing a Fender Jazzmaster. He calls it his lucky guitar. Meanwhile, he carries a pocket knife that belonged to his late father.
Just like any guy sitting at home in his favorite recliner, Stapleton admits to having his favorite chair to sit on in the studio.
This dining chair he sits in also belonged to his parents, so there is a true sentimental value to having it in his presence. He’s used it for many of his albums.
So, Chris Stapleton might not believe in what could be termed “evil” superstitions. Yet he does have his own traditions that he likes to follow when recording. It’s worked so far, so why stop a good thing in its tracks.