With a husband, twin daughters, a baby due at Christmas, and a thriving career as one of Christian music's most popular artists, you'd think Natalie Grant was due for a vacation. Instead, the four-time GMA Vocalist of the Year is as busy as ever, touring with Women of Faith through the fall, planning a tour for the spring, and promoting her latest release Love Revolution, which releases today. If that weren't enough, she keeps busy with the Home Foundation, which she founded in 2005 to raise funds to fight human trafficking. We talked with Grant about her life as an artist, mom, and activist.

What do your girls [3-year-old twins Grace and Isabella] think about having a little brother or sister coming along?

They are so excited! It's so cute because they'll just walk up and kiss my belly and say, "I love you so much." But I don't know that they're fully getting it because one of them asked the other day, "Where's the baby's mommy and daddy?" [Laughs]

I know it's hard to imagine adding another child to the mix.

Yeah, and every time I think about it, I get exceptionally overwhelmed! When we [Grant and husband Bernie Helms] found out I was having twins, it was overwhelming, but I thought, "I have two hands; there will be a hand for each baby." One to two is an okay ratio, but one to three—we are totally outnumbered! My children tour with me, so it's going to be interesting, but we'll figure it out as we go along. Touring next spring will be the test of how to do this with three kids. I know having another child will affect things, but I know too that I'm still called to do what I do. Somehow, God just gives us the grace to do everything he's called us to do.

How do you balance it all?

Most days, I don't! [Laughs] Some days, ...

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