As all parents know, things change when a baby arrives into the family. Perhaps Jason Aldean and his wife, Brittany, are parents who really understand how much things change, due to the nature of Jason's job.

Aldean's embarking on tour in support of his new album, Rearview Town, and it's a little different from tours in the past. Namely, because he's got a wee one in tow—infant son Memphis, who is growing quickly but is still a baby, with everything a baby demands. Needless to say, things are going to have to be adjusted to this new dynamic while out on the road.

"Here it goes ... tour life 2018! Ohhh how it’s changed," muses Brittany with a cute family snapshot on Instagram.

It's definitely an adjustment for Aldean, who told Taste of Country Nights that he's in a new position now to take his baby son out on the road with him on tour. He wasn't in the same situation when his older children, daughters Keeley and Kendyl, were young.

"Back when [my daughters] were born, when I was touring I was on one bus with my whole band—there was 12 of us on a bus," Aldean explains. "So I wasn’t in a position to be able to carry them out a whole lot back then. And then, my oldest one started school. They would come out for the summer sometimes.

"But he’s going to be out there and grow up around it nonstop. It’s going to be interesting to see what kind of musical skills he develops over the years."

Aldean said that baby-proofing his tour bus has been "new territory," but they're slowly getting there. And it sounds as if Memphis will have all —well, most of — the comforts of home. "We’ve had some stuff done to it, got him a crib built on the bus."

We're pretty sure the Aldeans will be able to adapt nicely, and hope Brittany — who is a champ at keeping fans abreast of Memphis' growth and activities — will update frequently with reports from the road.

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