Maren Morris Won’t Attend Late Night Dinners After Becoming a Mom

Depend her out! Maren Morris opened up about being a mother to 2-year-old son Hayes — and why she is going to now not be saying “sure” to any late-night dinner plans. 

“Perhaps it’s 32, perhaps it’s having a child, however I’m not coming to your 8pm dinner invite,” Morris, 32, wrote via Twitter on Thursday, November 17. “HONEY. That’s after I’m placing on face lotions, I’m dimming the lights, the bra is off, the pen has been hit, I’m placing on The Workplace.” 

The “Bones” singer, who shares Hayes with husband Ryan Hurd, added that she’ll solely present up for “Blue Haired Specials” — in any other case often called dinners that occur earlier than 5 p.m. 

This isn’t the primary time Morris has spoken out about how changing into a mother has modified her. From C-section to the parenting police, the nation crooner has lengthy since been vocal concerning the ups and downs of motherhood. 

After welcoming her son in March 2020, Morris obtained candid about needing an emergency cesarean supply after 30 hours of labor. 

“Not what we deliberate however I discovered fairly shortly that night time that having a plan for bringing a human into the world is a idiot’s errand,” the AMA winner wrote by way of Instagram on the time. “All that mattered was that he obtained right here safely. Having him in the midst of [the coronavirus pandemic] was additionally not within the child prep books, however right here we’re.”

4 months later, the “Center” songstress got here beneath fireplace after she posted an image of herself and her son in a floatie with out life vests. 

“Actually, I get so many criticisms of my motherhood on something I submit of Hayes, so I may discontinue posting pictures of him,” she tweeted about receiving an inflow of hate in July 2020. “Sucks but it surely’s sort of the place I’m at. We talked about curbing posting pictures anyway now that he’s a bit of bit older, however the added crap from (principally different mothers) people undoubtedly pressured our hand.”

The Texas native didn’t let the criticism get to her, nonetheless, telling E! Information the next month that giving delivery had modified “the angle of my focus” and taught her to let the little issues go. 

“Perhaps it’s 2020, perhaps it’s having a child, however I undoubtedly don’t sweat the small stuff like I used to and I simply take pleasure in issues extra now,” she instructed the outlet. “As a result of win, lose or draw, I’ve this lovely little, good human at residence ready for me. He’s simply so enjoyable.”

The CMA Award winner went on to inform Andy Cohen throughout an look on Watch What Occurs Dwell in August 2020 that any dad and mom who select to “disgrace” mothers are doing so from a spot of “deep insecurity” and self-doubt. “All of us really feel like we suck to start with in any case,” she mentioned on the time. 

That very same month, Hurd, who tied the knot with Morris in 2018 after three years of relationship, spoke to Us Weekly solely about seeing his spouse wrestle amid on-line backlash. 

“She took that basically onerous as a result of that was such a bizarre scenario and blown massively out of proportion,” the 36-year-old mentioned throughout an look on Us’ Mothers Like Us podcast, noting that whereas he’ll all the time come to his spouse’s protection, the “Lady” singer “can deal with herself.”

Morris additionally opened up about “getting again to regular” after experiencing her personal postpartum despair, telling CBS This Morning in September 2020 that she was determining the best way to come “by means of the tunnel.”

“Thankfully, I used to be capable of do cellphone remedy in the course of the [coronavirus] pandemic,” she defined. “And [I have] those that love me round me which are like, ‘Hey, should you’re drowning proper now, there’s assist.’”