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Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo Compete For Baby's First Word; Supermodel Wishes 'The Voice' Coach A Happy Birthday

Update Date: Mar 20, 2017 09:16 AM EDT

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are enjoying the milestones of their first baby. The two celebrities are reportedly competing in making their daughter say her first word.

A report from Huffington Post said that Adam Levine admitted that he is having a lovely competition with Behati Prinsloo about the first word of their daughter. In his guest appearance on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon, the "Don't Wanna Know" music artist said that the couple is trying to make their baby say her first word.

Adam Levine Competes With Behati Prinsloo

“I have been working ‘dada’ hard,” Levine explained. “You work on it really hard and you slip it into every single thing you say. If she is being cute, you are like, ‘Oh, my God! Look at how cute you are! Dada!’”

Levine and Prinsloo welcomed their daughter, Dusty Rose Levine back in Sept. The couple seems to be very clingy to their daughter, especially when it comes to her affection. “My wife is working ‘mama,’ so it is like, it is a battle to the finish,” the "She Will Be Loved" hitmaker stated.

Levine admits that parenting his daughter is fun. He even shared that he loves being a father, as he can do a lot of new stuff with his daughter all the time.

Prinsloo Wishes Levine A 'Happy Birthday'

Daily Mail stated that the supermodel greeted Levine on his birthday on social media. "The Voice" coach celebrated his 38th birthday and Prinsloo uploaded his photo on Instagram on Saturday. "BIRTHDAY BABE," she captioned the photo.

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo got married in 2014. The couple now enjoys their first born daughter, Dusty Rose.

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