We all know those people who hate when their friends share picture after picture of their babies on social media.
We aren’t those people. Bring on the babies!
Jason Aldean’s wife, Brittany, obviously wants to be conscientious of those who may not want to see a lot of baby photos, so when she shared a new picture of their baby boy Memphis, she also said, “I won’t overload y’all with pictures…(although it’s hard not to) 💙 My heart is just so full!!! 🙏👶🏻”
Swaddled in a fleecy sherpa blanket, dressed in a blue striped onesie, and cradled in his mama’s arms, Memphis is sound asleep, and Brittany can’t take her eyes off of her precious son. But how could she? Look at those lips!
Brittany? If you’re seeing this, it can’t happen girl. You just come on with those pictures because we cannot get enough of this handsome little dude.
Later, Mom share another photo where Memphis is wide awake, eyes open, in a fresh Christmas onesie and looking right at the camera and we can’t help but think he has a lot of his daddy’s characteristics. But at this age, it’s still hard to tell…
…until you see this picture posted one of the great pages run by good country music fans:
As much as we love seeing pictures of our country music babies, we understand that Mom and Dad have much more important things to focus on than making sure that our curiosity is satiated. Besides, Memphis just arrived on Dec. 1, so in between feeding, changing, bathing and trying to sleep, Brittany and Jason are plenty busy with just keeping their little man full, warm, safe and dry.
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The country sweethearts are also proving to be shining examples of parenthood for their pals Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and his wife Hayley who are waiting for the arrival of their first baby, a little girl, around Christmas.
Something else Jason might be waiting for is to hear if his name is called at the Rare Country Awards. Jason is nominated for both Tour and Fan Moment of the Year in the Rare Country Awards, and it’s up to you to decide the winner. Vote now at RareCountryAwards.com until Dec. 13. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville.