Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott Baby Makes Debut (PHOTO)

Hillary Scott introduced her three-month-old baby daughter over the weekend by posting the first photo of the little girl on Twitter.

The 27-year-old singer and her husband Chris Tyrrell welcomed their first child on July 22.

"Hello World, my name is Eisele Kaye," the Lady Antebellum singer posted on Monday along with a photo of the smiling baby.

The image was the first clear photo of baby Eisele who was wearing a pink onesie and beaming at the camera.

Just hours earlier, Scott had shared a blurry snap shot of the baby as her "new normal" on Twitter.

"Taking a break at rehearsals… LOVING my new normal & our little family," the singer posted along with a photo of herself smiling on a couch beside her sleeping baby and husband.

Married since 2010, Scott met Tyrrell, a Nashville-based drummer, while the pair both worked for Tim McGraw's tour.

"We feel so blessed by God that He sent us each other, and we are looking so forward to forever together," the "Need You Now" singer told People at the time of their engagement in 2011.

The pair married in upstate New York on Jan. 7, 2012 and lives in Brentwood, Tennessee. Scott, a graduate of Donelson Christian Academy, is a two-time winner of the Society of European Stage Authors and Composers Songwriter of the Year award.

As for Lady Antebellum, the Grammy-winning group also includes Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood. The trio is all Christians, and Haywood attributes his career to his youth choir group- Love Unlimited, at the Trinity-On-The-Hill United Methodist Church in Augusta, Ga.

Some of Lady Antebellum's hit songs include "Love Don't Live Here," "I Run To You," and "Need You Now," among many others.

Meanwhile, Scott often updates her Twitter followers on the happenings in her home, including parenting milestones.

"We almost got 8 hrs of sleep, 8 STRAIGHT hours," she posted earlier this month. "Thank you Eisele! #hallelujah"

Despite the sleepless nights, the new mom relishes the quiet time.

"A relaxing night at home is in my immediate future," the singer wrote earlier this month. "Leftovers, loving on my sweet angel, and catching up on some tv… PERFECT EVENING."