As anyone who's raised children knows, those little ones tend to grow faster than one can keep up. Such is the case with Lady Antebellum frontwoman Hillary Scott's younger daughters, twins Betsy and Emory, who seem to be on a fast track out of infancy before any of us can blink an eye.

Scott posted a photo to social media on July 8 showing just how much the twins have grown in mere months. As she holds them, it's clear to see they are looking healthy and getting bigger! "Full arms, full heart," she captioned the shot.

Scott and her husband, drummer Chris Tyrrell, welcomed Betsy Mack and Emory JoAnn on Jan. 29, both weighing 5.5 pounds and measuring 17 inches long. Since then, she has frequently shared some highlights and personal  glimpses into their life via social media, including a shot of the girls meeting their "uncle," Lady A singer Charles Kelley, as well as a shoutout to the beautiful baby gifts they received from all-star pals including Little Big Town, Thompson Square and Reba McEntire. Scott's also included lots of photos of the twins posing with their big sister, Eisele.

Most recently, Scott shared several shots of the girls as they turned five months old. Their father served as Lady A's drummer on the road for years, but the couple recently announced he is taking a break from the road to focus on being a full-time dad.

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