Jason Aldean’s son Memphis has hit a milestone this year. The first son Jason is celebrating his first birthday and his mom Brittany is sending a sweet message. Brittany took to Instagram to wish her little boy a very happy 1st birthday.
“Happy 1st Birthday to the light of my life. Your daddy always told me you’d rock my world and boy was he right. I have never met a sweeter, more loving baby and I feel so blessed to call you mine,” she wrote in the post. “I have so many mixed emotions today! I love to watch you grow but wish I could bottle up this time and save it forever. You’ll always be my baby. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH!”
Jason also added a birthday wish for his baby boy. “Happy 1st Birthday to my main man today,” Jason wrote. “What a blessing you have been to our family. We love you so much Mems! #goldenbirthday.”
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Happy 1st Birthday to the light of my life💙 Your daddy always told me you’d rock my world and boy was he right. I have never met a sweeter, more loving baby and I feel so blessed to call you mine☺️ I have so many mixed emotions today! I love to watch you grow but wish I could bottle up this time and save it forever🙈 You’ll always be my baby. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH👼🏻
But that’s not all. Little Memphis’ birthday fell on a Saturday this year. And it just so happens, that’s game day in the Aldean household. With Brittany being an Alabama Crimson Tide fan and Jason being a Georgia Bulldogs fan, that added to the excitement of the big day. As luck would have it, Alabama was playing Georgia in the SEC Championship game on Dec. 1.
“What are the odds your birthday is on the same day as the SEC Championship and Bama is playing Georgia,” Brittany wrote. “Send mama some good vibes baby!!! ROLL TIDE.”
We can’t help but notice Memphis’ little jersey. If you take a good look, it’s half Alabama and half Georgia. He’ll get to decide his team in due time. For now, mom and dad can split the difference.
Looks like Brittany got what she asked for from her one-year-old son. Alabama beat Georgia 35-28. Better luck next time Jason.