WATCH: Jason Aldean Teaches His Kids How to Fish in Adorable Video

by Madison Miller
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Teaching kids how to fish, hike, camp, or do anything else outdoors at a young age can make for such a memorable childhood. Country artist Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany are teaching their two kids what it’s like to enjoy time fishing in a new Instagram video.

The two kids, Navy Rome and Memphis, are standing by the lake holding their small, colorful fishing rods. Both Brittany and Jason are showing them how to use the rod.

Not only is this an adorable moment for the Aldean family, but it is also an informative moment for fans watching the video. Brittany takes a moment to tell people they should be sure to have their fishing licenses if they want to fish on public property.

She said some of her best memories with her family have been spending time outside. Her clip seems to prove just how much fun her two kids are having out there.

The Aldean Family

The Aldean family is made up of four different kids. Jason Aldean was previously married to his high school sweetheart, Jessica Ussery. They had two kids together and then got divorced in 2013.

Memphis is the first son to come out of the Aldean family in a very long time.

According to People, he has two girls, his sister has three, Brittany’s sister has two. Before their son was born, after a year and a half of failed attempts, he was the first boy in awhile to join the Aldean ranks.

Aldean’s two older daughters are Kendyl and Keeley. Kendyl is a preteen while Keeley is now a teenager. Aldean seems to be very close to all his kids.

He told a story to Taste of Country about helping Keeley learn how to play the guitar.

“She just came up to me. . .and said she wanted to start learning how to play guitar … I was like, ‘Well, okay, what do you want to learn? Do you want to learn how to play rhythm? Rhythm acoustic, kinda like I play?’ … She was like ‘No. I want to play like Slash, from Guns N’ Roses,'” Jason Aldan said.

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