When country music superstar Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany announced they were expecting their first child and son together, we wondered if the little one would look more like his mama or his dad.
Once the bundle of joy entered the world on Dec. 1, 2017, it was clear that he shared very similar features to his handsome father, including a thick head of brown hair.
Now, the newest photo of little Memphis gives us more proof that he’s practically the spitting image of his doting dad!
On Jan. 19, Jason, who also has daughters Keeley and Kendyl from a previous marriage, posted an adorable snapshot on Instagram that shows him sweetly pressing his lips against the left side of Memphis’ chubby cheeks. Meanwhile, the 7-week-old baby endearingly peers over his father’s shoulders.
Yep, we can already tell that these two are going to be best buds!
Resemblance aside, it also looks like Memphis might even one day follow in his country crooner daddy’s footsteps, as indicated on Brittany’s Instagram page.
The proud mama, who has been documenting her son’s early days on social media, posted a snapshot of the wee one sporting star-themed jammies, and using a Fisher-Price Kick & Play Piano Gym. Memphis seems so comfortable as he looks into the camera with his big blue eyes, while pressing his tiny toes against the keys.
“Our little musician in the making 🎼,” Brittany captioned the photo.
While, it may be some time before Memphis picks up an actual instrument, it’s clear that Brittany and Jason are introducing their little darling to music now. And, since Memphis seems to display a natural interest in the baby-friendly toy, fans couldn’t resist sharing some supportive comments.
“With a name like Memphis, he’s already a musician! God bless, little guy,” one person wrote.
“He sure has the genetics for it,” another follower commented.
“Ha ha, luv it,” a third fan commented. “He’s starting really early! LOL @brittanyaldean.”
Right now, Jason has a pretty easy schedule with just one show booked in March, and another in April. So, perhaps he can continue to share his music with Memphis before he hits the road. In May, he’ll embark on his recently announced “High Noon Neon Tour.” The trek, which kicks off May 10 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri, wraps on Sept. 29 at the FivePoint Amphitheater in Irvine, California.