Tim McGraw‘s three daughters with Faith Hill are all teenagers now, so he doesn’t have to help them get their presents ready for Mother’s Day anymore.
Tim tells ABC Radio, “They always pretty much are pretty good at taking care of that.”
Still, Tim likes to show his appreciation for Faith on Mother’s Day, too. He adds, “You know, I try to find something that’s interesting for my wife. Of course, breakfast in bed’s always pretty good.”
As for their daughters, Tim and Faith’s oldest, Gracie, just turned 18 and will graduate high school later this month. Their middle child, Maggie, will be a high school senior next year, and Tim is philosophical about watching his daughters start dating and developing lives of their own.
“At first, you start off, you say, ‘I’m gonna have a shotgun across my lap and I’m gonna sit in the front door,'” Tim says of watching his daughters enter the dating scene. “But as they get older, you sort of grow along with that. You just want them to be happy and you want them to go out and experience life in the best ways. You feel like you do your best to raise them with good values and to respect themselves and respect other people.”
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