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Jason Aldean's baby boy takes his first steps in this adorable video

Oct 21, 2018
06:18 A.M.
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Little Memphis, Jason Aldean’s 10-month-old son, recently took his first steps as seen on an Instagram video.

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Brittany Aldean, Jason’s wife, posted the adorable clip on her page. As a mother, she was thrilled to share to the world that her firstborn has reached another milestone.

In the video, Memphis first attempts to keep himself steady. It took quite a few seconds to gain balance, but he eventually made his first steps toward a stuffed bulldog being held out to him.

Along with the adorable video, Brittany took the time to write a sweet caption.

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She wrote, “Well, today is the day my baby took his first steps! He’s getting so big, I can’t take it!”

Jason and Brittany welcomed baby Memphis in December 2017. They tied the knot in 2015.

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Even though Memphis is Brittany’s eldest child, Jason already has two older daughters from his previous marriage, Kendyl and Keeley.

The family will expand even more now following the couple’s news in July 2018 when they revealed that they are expecting their second child together; a baby girl.

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The day after they revealed the pregnancy, Brittany also shared that she and Jason were selling their house and that they are looking forward to building their dream home.

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The house will be built on a piece of property they own in Tennessee, where the expanding family is excited to make great memories in.

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As for Jason’s career, he, along with Kenny Chesney and Thomas Rhett, will headline a three-day musical event in 2019 called Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival.

It is a yearly beachside event that was first launched in 2013. It will take place on April 12, 2019, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The concert is also sidelining as a project to help conserve the world’s oceans and marine life.

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