First-time mother Kari Jobe is sharing pictures of her new bundle of joy and he's quite a big fella.
Jobe, the 34-year-old contemporary Christian singer, gave birth to her son with singer-songwriter husband Cody Carnes on Feb. 18. Less than one week later, she introduced her new bundle of joy to the world.
"Introducing our sweet angel: Canyon Morrison Caine Carnes. Born 2/18/16 9 pounds 13 ounces & 22.5" tall! #babycarnes," Jobe revealed on Instagram.
Cody also took to Instagram to introduce his son and honor his wife after her birth experience.
"Canyon Morrison Caine Carnes. My new best friend. #babyCarnes #thosefeet #definitelymyson #weallagreeKariisaCHAMP," he wrote.
Last July, the Carnes announced that they were expecting their first child together.
"Adding a member to the band in February 2016!! #BabyCarnes" Kari posted on Facebook in an image where the husband and wife were holding a mini guitar.
Jobe and Carnes were married on November 21 of 2014, and released their wedding video for fans to witness in celebration of their one year anniversary last November.
"11.21.14. The day the waiting met the promise. I never dreamed life could be as adventurous as this first year of marriage has been," Carnes captioned a photograph of he and Jobe's wedding day on their anniversary. "And to think we're just getting started. I'm so happy to be married to this beautiful girl. We're inviting you to celebrate our anniversary with us by releasing our wedding video for the first time."
Jobe took to her own Instagram page to reflect on her wedding day one year after exchanging vows with Carnes.
"One year ago today I married my best friend," she wrote. "We want to celebrate with all of you by releasing our wedding highlights video."
Jobe has openly shared about her marriage since the day she became a wife. Even before sharing her wedding video highlights, she could not hold her excitement back from fans in a Facebook message written the day after she got married.
"I'm married!!! Yesterday was more than a dream, more than a reality--it was a taste of Heaven. I've decided that God loves weddings," she wrote on Facebook last year, "His presence was stronger than I've ever felt in my whole life. I'm so very thankful for those of you that were there with us--we experienced such a sweet time with you. Thank you for always celebrating and supporting what God is doing in my life--and now my husband @codycarnes. What a day. #Carnes2014."
The "Majestic" singer, who is expected to drop an album at the end of the year, leads worship at Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. She previously spoke to The Christian Post about how honored she is to be able to create worship music that people can be inspired by.
"It's one thing to really dream and do what you're called to do and it's another when people say 'we recognize the gift on your life and we honor what God's saying to you and we want to hear what you're singing,'" she told CP. "It's a huge honor!"