Pink and Carey Hart’s Kids Enjoy Classic Gifts on Christmas Morning: ‘Thankful for My Family’

Pink spent a fun Christmas at home with her family.

The “TRUSTFALL” singer, 44, could be seen in the background as her two children — Jameson Moon, 6, and Willow Sage, 12 — opened their Christmas presents.

Husband Carey Hart snapped a photo shared on Instagram of Jameson striking a pose and singing into a microphone while Willow holds a stack of books.

“Christmas was a success!!!! While it’s great to get things on your Christmas list, I’m just thankful for my family,” Hart wrote in the caption. “Love you mom @pink, Willz and Jamo. I hope everyone has a safe and thankful day.”

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Since kicking off her tour earlier this year, Pink has taken several breaks to spend time with her family — and they’ve joined her on the road.

In September, she took her children to an amusement park in Pennsylvania near the area where she grew up ahead of her Philadelphia show, which she called her “hometown” show.

Later that month, she enjoyed a few days off in Nashville where she and her two children spent quality time together.

“Nashville days off, take me out,” Pink captioned an Instagram post from her hiatus. “Tear down the elementary playground, make two kids smile. Football games and fireflies, Franklin nights. Good times.”

Pink and Carey Hart with Jameson and Willow. Carey Hart/Instagram

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Pink spoke about the importance of teaching her children responsibility as they join her on tour. Back in February, she revealed during a discussion on Today that both children will be joining her on the road as her Trustfall tour continues.

“Willow has a job on tour,” Pink revealed at the time. “We just had to go over the minimum wage, and it’s different [from] country to country.”

“I said it’s about $22.50 a show, depending on how long I go, if I run over. She says, ‘I’ll take $20. It’s easier to do the math.’ I say, ‘That’s not how you negotiate for yourself,'” Pink said. “I say, ‘You’re going to take $25 to make it easier for you to count.'”

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