Luke Combs’ Wife Is Done Buying ‘Pee Pee Tee Pees’
Luke Combs’ fans got to peek inside the superstar’s family life as his wife Nicole took some fan questions on her Insta Stories this week. Her husband is on his way to Australia to play for fans down under and in New Zealand through the end of August.
Nicole was asked how long the couple tried for each pregnancy, and she wrote, “Tex: About 1.5 years.” As for the current baby she is expecting, she wrote, “Minus 7 months, “LOL.” She also addressed if the couple plans to have more babies after their second, due at the beginning of September. She said, “I’ll let you know after this one (laughing emoji).”
One fan asked if shows would be canceled if she went into labor early while Luke was in Australia. Nicole wrote, “It’s around 20 hours to get back from Australia if he got on a plane immediately, lol. So, no.” She added, “I’m not due until after he gets back, so I’m trying really hard not to go into early labor. With Tex, I was doing everything in my power to get him out, and he was a day early.”
Nicole was also asked what baby items she wished she didn’t spend the money on for Tex. The toddler’s mom replied, “I actually bought pee pee tee pees because I was led to believe I needed them. I also hear wipe warmers are a waste too.” She added, “I really didn’t buy anything but necessary things.” She then wrote, asking her followers, “Now, I’m interested in what baby items y’all bought but never used.”
For those who may not know, Pee Pee Teepees are what some baby sites are calling “A must-have diapering accessory for newborn boys.” They are terry-lined cotton flannel cones to use while changing that fit between the baby’s thighs, so you won’t get sprayed in between diapers. The unique item comes in many styles and colors with images like elephants or camping trees on them.
Another fan asked about what her very first car was, and she said, “1997 Honda CRV baby… Fire engine red (laughing emoji). My grandparents gave me theirs for my birthday, and I loved that thing until the day I passed it on to Jenna (her baby sister).”
Someone else asked about her first job, and she responded, “I was a lifeguard at the pool I swam at. Loved it. I basically lived there for a few years and worked there some summers in college too.”