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Entertainment Clay Cook Is 'Reminded of How Thankful' He Is Ahead of First Thanksgiving as a Father of Three

00:40  25 november  2020
00:40  25 november  2020 Source:   people.com

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Announcer: People have always given thanks at harvest time. They are glad to have food for the winter and celebrate with feasting and prayers of thanksgiving . Today we’ll speak about one of the major American holidays – Thanksgiving Day. You will learn some interesting facts, play games, sing songs.

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Clay Cook et al. posing for the camera: Brooke Cook/Instagram Clay Cook and family © Provided by People Brooke Cook/Instagram Clay Cook and family

Clay Cook is counting his many blessings.

Following Zac Brown Band's touching performance last week of "The Man Who Loves You the Most" on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the newly minted father of three tells PEOPLE he's looking forward to Thanksgiving this year for a multitude of reasons, all boiling down to the love for his family.

a group of people posing for the camera: Clay Cook and family © Brooke Cook/Instagram Clay Cook and family

Cook, 42, shares three children with wife Brooke: new daughter Cecilia "Ceci" Ellen, 8 weeks, plus her big brothers Theron "Teddie" Maine, 2, and Charles "Charlie" Robert, 4.

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Giving them these skills may help prevent them from getting stuck when necessity or principles call them to cook their own food. E. What's more cooking is a great way to get fussy eaters to try new foods. By the age of six, children should be able to chop vegetables, grate cheese and boil an egg

The American Thanksgiving began as a feast of thanksgiving almost four hundred years ago. The colonists had much to be thankful for, so they planned a feast. The colonists learned from Indians how to cook cranberries and dishes of corn and pumpkins.

"This Thanksgiving is already special because it's Ceci's first, but 2020 has made me so grateful for all the good we have in our lives," says the musician.

He adds, "We can't all be with our loved ones this year, but I'm reminded of how thankful I am for all the people in my life even though I can't physically be with them."

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When Cook reunited with his bandmates to record their performance of "The Man Who Loves You the Most," he tells PEOPLE, "it had been months since we had all seen each other" amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

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I suppose he is a member of the Emeril generation. Gabe has spent his formative years shopping at the Berkeley Bowl, where over half a dozen varieties of Thanksgiving yams, in lesser mortals, can instill emotional paralysis. He is blessed with a critical eye.

"I've never had such a strong instinct to hug someone as I did when we got together – but we couldn't," Cook laments. But, he adds, "Playing together again after so long felt like how I would imagine a high-performance athlete feels after being injured and then being able to play their sport again. It felt so good to get back to doing what I love."

"We are all fathers and husbands and have other interests, but we are musicians and have been musicians for much longer," he continues. "It definitely has a different type of emotion attached to it. It was truly beautiful to be able to sing and play with the guys again."

The band wrote and recorded "The Man Who Loves You the Most" before Ceci was born, Cook shares. And "now that she's here, this song definitely hits different," he says.

"All the guys already had daughters, so now that I'm a girl dad for the first time, I feel even more bonded with them. At the end of the performance you can even see Zac tearing up a bit," he continues.

"When that happens, it's hard for all of us to keep it together," Cook admits. "We are all part of this story having daughters together."

"The Man Who Loves You the Most" is streaming now on amazon.com.

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