Looks like Lisa Loeb will be expanding her family this year. The singer recently announced she's expecting her second child with husband Roey Hershkovitz.
Most known for her 90's hit, "Stay," Loeb, 43, is already reveling in motherhood with her daughter, Lyla, 2, according to People Magazine. The singer, who has been married to Hershkovitz since 2009, told the news provider that because she had a big family growing up, she was excited for Lyla to be a big sister.
Loeb has also allowed her professional career to turn more toward children. According to CNN, the singer released a songbook "Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs." Loeb explained that she wanted to encourage kids to socialize more with others and stay away from the computer. She also took inspiration from her own childhood.
"When I was growing up, some of the records I listened to were 'Really Rosie' by Carole King and 'Free to Be You and Me,' which was a record put together by Marlo Thomas… It was real musicians playing songs," she said. "You listened to kids' music, but you couldn't really tell it was kids' music, and that's the kind of music I want to make now."