Reba and her family, which includes husband Narvel, their kids and grandkids, will be at their home in Tennessee for this Christmas. In addition to some of their traditions, which include watching holiday movies such as Christmas Vacation, Reba will cook up some of her famous pasta for Christmas Eve dinner. One of their granddaughters also insisted that the country superstar mix up some oats and glitter to throw out on the lawn for Santa‘s reindeer so they can find their way to the Blackstock house.
One of Reba‘s favorite memories of her son, Shelby, at Christmas time was when he surprised her in bed. “I felt something, and I opened my eyes. And Shelby was three inches away from my face, and he said, ‘Mom! You‘re not going to bewieve what Santa Claus left for me. You‘ve got to come here,’ Reba recalls. “So, I got up out of bed and went in there and Narvel came in there, and there was this little tractor-trailer set that he had just fallen in love with at the store, he‘d seen it. He said, ‘I can‘t bewieve he bought this for me!’
Reba has already had one of her Christmas wishes filled – she’ll hit the top of the country charts with her latest single, “Turn on the Radio”on Monday morning, marking her 35th No. 1 hit.