AceShowbiz - Congratulations are in order for Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany Kerr. The married couple welcomed their second child, a baby girl, on Monday, February 4. The country singer announced the happy news on Instagram along with a picture of the little bundle of joy, whom they named Navy Rome.
The picture featured the baby girl sleeping soundly with a white blanket wrapped around her body. Covering her head was a soft pink ribbon. "Today our family became complete as we welcomed our daughter Navy Rome to the word," Jason wrote in the caption, pointing out the fact that she looks really similar to her older brother, Memphis. "Born on 2/4/19 weighing 7lbs and 12oz and looking identical to her older brother. So excited to watch what life has in store for this little princess."
Brittany shared the same picture and wrote, "We welcomed our daughter Navy Rome into the world today at 12:45 P.M. 7lbs 12oz of pure preciousness. We love you so much baby girl!!"
Jason has previously shared the inspiration behind Navy's unique name, explaining that he wanted to give his kids less-common monikers. "I wanted them to have unique names," he said. "Not weird, but unique, and with having a name like Jason, it didn't get much more common, you know what I mean? I wanted them to have something a little cooler than that but not crazy, and I felt like both their names are different. I don't know anybody else with those names."
Navy joins the couple's first child, 14-month-old Memphis. Jason also has two daughters from previous marriage, Keeley (15) and Kendyl (11).
Having four children, Jason admitted he had no plan to add another addition into his family. Prior to welcoming Navy, he said in an interview, "I'm good. I think at this point, this is number four for me, and I got 15, 11, a one year old, and one that's cooking, so to me, four healthy kids, I would feel blessed to have that."
"My wife's been pregnant for two years, so I don't really think she's in any hurry to jump back and go through that again either, so I think we're good," he added.