Luke Bryan’s Great-Nephew Comes Home After 48 Days In The NICU

(Left) Luke Bryan Official / Instagram / (Right) Jordan Eudy / Instagram

Luke Bryan‘s sister, Kelly, passed away in 2007. Her husband, Ben “Lee” Cheshire, died seven years later. The couple left behind three children: daughters Jordan and Kris, and son Til.

After Lee died, Luke and his wife, Caroline, opened their home to their nieces and nephews. Jordan and Kris were already adults at the time, but Til was still a minor. So Luke and Caroline raised him alongside their own sons, Bo and Tate. Jordan and Kris were welcome in their home whenever they wanted to be there.

Luke walked Jordan down the aisle when she married Clint Eudy in September 2021.


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Just a few months after they married, Jordan and Clint announced they were expecting their first child, a baby boy. Jordan was due to give birth in July.

But the couple’s son Jonathan “Chesh” Eudy was born early on May 7, the day before Mother’s Day. He weighed 3 lbs 13 oz:

Yesterday I got the best Mother’s Day Gift of all…Jonathan Chesh Eudy made his debut on 05.07.22 at 10:27 am. weighing a whopping 3lbs 13oz,” said when she announced her son’s birth. “Clint and I are extremely thankful and cannot wait to get him home. We know he was handpicked from Heaven by the sweetest angels.”


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Luke spoke with E! News shortly after his great-nephew was born. He said:

My niece, Jordan—her little boy came a little earlyJordan went and had a little boy. And so, we kind of gathered our things up and got to South Georgia. Caroline and I got to go see our brand-new precious little nephew, and he and mama are doing well. So, we got a new baby. We got a new mama in our family. That made Mother’s Day.”

Jordan has been keeping her followers updated on how Chesh is doing. Finally, she had some long-awaited news to share…Chesh got to come home!

Baby Chesh spent a total of 48 days in the NICU:

48 long days later and we finally have our Chesh home,” Jordan said. “We couldn’t be more thankful for the team of nurses and doctors that got us here today. To our family and friends, thank you for the prayers, calls, and texts. They meant more than you know. To the good Lord, thank you for blessing us with our precious boy we get to love on everyday.”

Jordan shared a slideshow of photos that show Chesh coming home from the hospital. There are also a few pictures that show him meeting the family dogs for the first time.

You can see all of those photos below. We’re so happy that Chesh finally got to come home!