Country singer Jessie James and New York Jets famer Erick Decker are officially the proud parents of a baby girl.

The first-timers welcomed their new baby, Vivianne Rose Decker, on Tuesday (March 18) at 5:36AM after the singer went into the hospital Monday at 3:30PM, ready to meet her daughter.

Vivianne weighed 8 lbs., 2 oz. and measured 20 inches long at birth -- and, she came sporting a full head of hair! According to a rep, "Both mom and daughter are doing well," E! News reports.

James -- best known for her singles 'Wanted' and 'Military Man' -- and Decker announced they were expecting just a few months after they were wed. Although they didn’t exactly plan for their bundle of joy (baby was a surprise), the pair were extremely excited about adding a new member to their little family.

"When we did find out we both started crying and hugging each other," James said when first sharing the news. "We’re so excited and feel so blessed with having a baby. We’re so excited.”

The labor was an emotional roller coaster for the 25-year-old songstress. On Sunday, she experienced false labor, tweeting to inquiring fans, "Father of the bride 2 syndrome. False labor :(my baby girl is being stubborn lol."

The following day, she shared a photo of herself on Instagram, looking prepped for labor and laying in a hospital bed. "Lots of tears, nerves, smiles, and excitement! Just so anxious to meet our baby girl :)))" she wrote. Thankfully, she did meet her precious daughter soon after.

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