If you’re like us, and you follow both Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany’s social media pages, chances are you’ve gushed over the countless photos and videos that they’ve shared of their precious two-month-old son, Memphis.
You may even recall this adorable snapshot on Brittany’s page, where the youngster dons the cutest bib.
2 months old already??🙈 LOVES: being held, warm baths, lights, eating (a ton), fidgeting, wiggling until he’s horizontal in his crib and his sisters💙 HATES: being hungry…cold….burped…put in his car seat… swaddled and having his diaper changed (usually) 💪🏼 12lbs 12oz and 25 inches long! We love you big boy🙌🏼 You are the happiest little (big) baby and u make our lives complete😍
Alongside the photo shown above, the proud first-time mama reveals the couple’s baby boy hates being cold, hungry and even burped.
Well, now Jason and his stunning bride are giving fans a first look at their baby boy’s real displeasure over getting burped at the end of mealtime. On Feb 7, the country music superstar posted a video on Instagram that shows Memphis happily drinking milk out of a bottle.
“The transformation!!! 😋😤#hangry,” Jason simply captioned, alongside the clip that he shared with his fans .
As you can see in the video above, the “You Make It Easy” singer, who is also a loving father to daughters Keeley and Kendyl from a previous marriage, takes the easy way out and plays the role of cameraman. Meanwhile, Brittany can be seen cradling Memphis, while feeding him his bottle. The growing bundle of joy looks so comfy in his outdoor-inspired onesie as he sweetly and sleepily gazes up at his mama and enjoys his delicious milk with no clue what’s about to happen next.
“This is him beforehand,” Jason explains from behind the camera, while filming Memphis and his mama. “Now its time to burp him, so watch the transformation here.”
That’s when Brittany pulls the empty bottle away from Memphis’ mouth and lifts him up to her shoulder. She then begins to try to burp him. In the process, the little nugget realizes that milk time is over, and he begins to cry. Brittany tries her best to console Memphis with sweet kisses on the cheek as she continues to pat his back. After a few seconds pass, Memphis stops sobbing and Jason can’t help but giggle over the child’s instant transformation.
“He’s being way cooler this time because the camera’s on him,” Jason suggests after Memphis stops bawling.
Perhaps that means Memphis isn’t camera shy! Or maybe he just noticed his daddy’s face and immediately felt a sense of warmth and comfort. Whatever the case, he’s darn cute — hungry or not!