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NASCAR driver Kyle Busch and his wife Samantha have enjoyed watching their first-born son, Brexton, go through his baby milestones.

The precious child, whom they welcomed into their world in May 2015, has already gotten through the cute stages of cooing and babbling.


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Now, at age two, the little guy is able to communicate with mom and dad by using words and phrases. Though he’s shown progress in his verbal skills, a recent slip-up of one word caught his mommy by surprise!

On July 20, Samantha took to Instagram to share a hilarious video of her son replacing the letter “T” with the letter “F,” while trying to pronounce the word “truck.”

“Before you turn the sound on warning language 🙉,” she writes, alongside the clip, which shows Brexton trying to say, “White truck! White,” as he waves his toy pickup truck in the air. “It’s like the more we try to work on ‘T’ the more clearly he pronounces ‘F’ 🙈🙈,” she adds.

Fans seemed more than appreciative of the toddler’s innocent little blooper.

“This made me lol!!! Adorable 😂,” One fan wrote.

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“Lol lol too funny. We know he means truck lol,” another fan added.

Brexton has been the light of Kyle and Samantha’s life ever since he entered their world. In fact, the married couple struggled to conceive their son until they discovered in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment. It’s nice to see them enjoying funny, and memorable moments with their bundle of joy!

And it looks like the famous couple enjoys some funny and memorable moments with just each other as well.

This NASCAR star’s baby blooper is the funniest thing you’ll see all day Instagram/@samanthabusch
Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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