Late-Night Video Of Russell Wilson And His New Baby Is So Sweet
This is adorable!
Even celeb dads have nighttime newborn duties. Case in point: Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who recently posted a cute video of himself and his baby boy, Win. Win is about seven weeks old now and still tiny!
The video was shot by Wilson’s wife, singer Ciara, in the couple’s kitchen at home. It was captioned “‘Sir Win!’ Late Nights! Team No Sleep!” Posted to Twitter last week, it now has more than 130K views.
— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) September 3, 2020
At the start of the video, you can hear a timer beeping in the background — presumably a bottle warmer — as Ciara is heard talking to her fellas during some “late-night chillin’!”
Wilson responds to Ciara’s playful “What’s up?” by speaking on behalf of Win: “You’re going to feed me, that’s what’s up.”
The couple announced they were expecting Baby 3 back in late January. Ciara has an older son, Future Zahir Wilburn, 6, from a previous relationship, and she and Wilson also have a daughter, Sienna Princess Wilson, 3.
Win Harrison Wilson was born July 23 and Wilson shared a photo of himself and Ciara from the hospital the next day.
Happy Birthday WIN!!!
Mommy & Daddy Love You!
Win Harrison Wilson
8lbs 1 oz.
❤️ 👶🏽 pic.twitter.com/72lxcTMKVN
— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) July 24, 2020
Wilson also posted a photo of himself from the hospital after Win’s birth doing skin-to-skin time with his newborn, captioning it “We Winning.”
We Winning. pic.twitter.com/pW6CPo0bU2
— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) July 25, 2020
If you watch the recent late-night feeding post to the end, you’ll see Wilson kissing Win’s full head of hair and saying, “We need to have more of these little guys.”
To which Ciara quickly cuts him off, saying, “OK, going to stop the video right there.”
Sounds like Ciara might think the couple needs to get a little more sleep before considering more kids, but they make midnight feedings look pretty adorable!
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.