Sitti Navarro and husband Joey Ramirez are now parents to a baby girl.

The bossa nova singer gave birth to their daughter, Issiah Dañelle, on November 4, at a private hospital.

Here's the first Instagram photo of the baby girl or "Lilibubs," as Sitti and Joey affectionately call her.

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She captioned, "Thank You, Lord [heart emoji] Issiah Dañelle, born Nov 4, 1:03pm"

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The couple welcomed their daughter Issiah Dañelle a week after Joey's father, Dan Ramirez, passed away.

The singer honored the memory of her father-in-law with three Instagram posts.

In one of them, she mourned the fact that "Daddy Dan" will "never get to know" his granddaughter.

Sitti wrote, "There are no words to describe this loss... you will be deeply and achingly missed, Daddy Dan.

"I take sorrow in how Lilibubs will never get to know just how wonderful and kind and loving and joyful a grandfather she has, but I also take comfort knowing just how happy you are now that you are with our Savior.

"How blessed are all those who have crossed paths with you, a most faithful and childlike servant of the Lord!

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"How lucky I am to have been able to call you Daddy, even for a short while.

"We love you, Daddy Dan, till we all meet again."

Sitti and Joey first announced the singer's pregnancy on May 29.

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This story originally appeared on Pep.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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