Kane Brown Says He’s Learned a Lot About Himself as a Father: “She’s Taught Me Patience”

Kane Brown Says He’s Learned a Lot About Himself as a Father: “She’s Taught Me Patience”

In October 2019, Kane Brown, 26, and wife Katelyn Jae, 27, became the proud parents of a baby girl, Kingsley Rose Brown.

Over the last five months, the first-time father says the experience has been “awesome.” As Kane told Kix Brooks of American Country Countdown, fatherhood teaches you “a lot about yourself.”

“Man, she’s just . . . she’s just amazing,” says Kane to Kix. “It’s getting to relive your childhood. When she smiles, it just brightens your day—just all gums, no teeth—and it’s just awesome, man. You learn a lot about yourself and, honestly, you grow a lot. She’s taught me patience, and it’s just been great to be a dad so far.”

Fatherhood hasn’t slowed Kane’s career, either. He recently celebrated his fifth consecutive No. 1 single with “Homesick,” which topped both the Billboard Country Airplay chart and Mediabase chart for the two straight weeks in March.

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