Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman in Nashville
Two weeks after the arrival of their daughter Sunday Rose
, Nicole Kidman
and Keith Urban
have resumed their normal domestic routine.
But these days the pace is just a little more hectic.
What were once morning trips to the local Starbucks have now become coffee runs. Since the birth, Urban, 40, has been spotted rushing in to grab warm drinks and newspapers to go instead of sitting down at a quiet corner table to relax with his wife.
Still, the pair are getting back to business – with a twist. On Saturday, Urban played his first show as a dad in Philadelphia. Fans threw baby gifts (including a large stuffed Winnie the Pooh) onstage and waved signs welcoming Sunday Rose.
As Urban played his guitar while kneeling in front of the crowd, one concert-goer held up a pink baby gift. And Urban, unable to stop mid-solo, never missed a beat. He leaned over, still playing, and grabbed the package with his teeth. Then, he stood up and with a quick flick of his head, tossed the gift back toward the drums mid-stage.
"I have a whole new understanding of the term 'who's your daddy ' " Urban told the crowd.
Back in Nashville, Kidman, 41, who looks like she's already lost her baby weight, is keeping fit with Power Lunch yoga classes, touted to revitalize your body and spirit.
But even with a newborn at home, the on-the-go parents make a little time for rest and relaxation.
Last week they were spotted shopping at the Mattress Inn, an upscale sleep shop in Nashville. "You can definitely tell that [Keith] loves and adores [Nicole] because it was all about her," general manager Vaughn Corder tells PEOPLE.
The couple (sans baby) also hit up Starbucks again before enjoying an afternoon movie at the local cinema.
Reporting by KAY WEST and SEAN SCULLY