Jason Aldean Is 'Thankful' For Daughters In Sweet Note

Jason Aldean Is 'Thankful' For Daughters In Sweet Note

Jason Aldean Is 'Thankful' For Daughters In Sweet Note

Jason Aldean is one proud girl dad! The country star turned to Instagram on Saturday (September 26) to celebrate his three daughters, Keeley, 17, Kendyl, 13, and Navy, 1, on National Daughter Day.

"Today is National daughter day! I have been truely blessed with 3 beautiful daughters and I am so thankful for all of them," he wrote alongside a series of individual photos of each girl. "Here is to these girls growing up to being bada** women! I love u girls!! #makedaddyproud."

Aldean shares his youngest daughter, Navy, with his wife Brittany, along with their 2-year-old son Memphis. The singer's oldest daughters, Keeley and Kendyl, are from his first marriage.

Aldean and Brittany recently moved into their "forever home," where all of the kids have more than enough room for themselves. Since moving in earlier this year, the couple has shared many photos and videos of the massive property with fans on social media.

The mansion features everything from a bowling alley to a large swimming pool complete with a lazy river and pool bar, perfect for entertaining. Additionally, the home has a grand entryway with multiple chandeliers, a virtual gold driving range and an unbelievably spacious closet for Brittany.

Photos of the house can be seen here and on Brittany's Instagram page.

Brittany recently gave her followers a peak inside both of her kids amazing bedrooms. Earlier this summer, she posted a photo of Navy's "angelic room for an angelic little girl," which features a golden crib surrounded by floor-to-ceiling drapes. More recently, Brittany shared "the other half" of Navy's nursery, which features a large play castle fit for a queen!

For Memphis' room, the couple went with a nautical theme. The snapshots shared show the 2-year-old's bed is in the shape of a ship with a barrel nightstand and shark-themed chairs to complete the look. See several pictures of the rooms below.

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