Do Jason Aldean and Brittany Aldean Plan To Have More Children?
“I think we’re good,” Jason Aldean confessed.
Jason Aldean, Brittany Aldean; Photo by Getty Images for ACM, Memphis, Navy; Photo via Instagram
With a new album and tour on the horizon, it’s safe to say Jason Aldean is a busy man. He’s also a husband and father of four so his hands are quite full. But, does he have plans to add any more children to the mixin the future?
“I think we’re good,” Aldean confessed. “I think she [Brittany] probably would go one more time, but I’m like, ‘we got one of each and they’re awesome and you know… I’m good.”
With two teenage daughters from his previous marriage, Kendyl and Keeley, and 4-year-old Memphis and 3-year-old Navy at home, Aldean admitted that things are finally starting to get a bit less diffciult now that his children are out of the baby stage.
“They’re gettin’ to the age now where its gettin’ a little easier. They’re three and four and so it’s not like you got a newborn at the house and you’re not sleeping — that’s the part I don’t like,” he shared.
Jason and Brittany often document moments with their children on social media. Rcently, Jason revealed that Memphis and Navy have taken a liking to music.
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A video shared to his Instagram feed on March 16 shows the brother and sister duo playing with pint-sized musical instruments and singing along to his chart-topping hit, “If I Didn’t Love You,” which originally features Carrie Underwood, in their playroom at home.
“Uh oh. Looks like they got the bug. Next country duo comin ur way in about 20 years,” the Georgia native captioned the clip.
Fans flocked to the comments section to gush over their performance.
“That is the sweetest thing ever singing Daddys song,” wrote one Instagram user, while another shared, “Omgosh! Those closed eyes….the passion….👏.”
Jason Aldean is set to release GEORGIA, the second part of his double album, MACON, GEORGIA, on April 22.
The 34-city run kicks off on July 15 in Scranton, PA.
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