Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews Share Adorable Sentiment in Tweet About New Daughter

by Thad Mitchell

First time parents Patrick Mahomes and his fiancée Brittany Matthews appear to be reveling in the joy of being a dad and mom.

The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and his bride-to-be welcomed their first child into the world on Saturday. Sterling Skye Mahomes made her appearance over the weekend, weighing in at 6 lbs, 11 oz. Mother and baby are said to be doing well as the happy couple adjusts to becoming first time parents.

Both Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews took to social media on Wednesday to share one small change they have already made. Though it is only words on a screen, the excitement they have is obvious to any viewer. Matthews, a fitness expert, says her newborn daughter has inspired her to make a slight change in the way she views her phone. It is a sentiment that most every parent can relate to.

“I’ve never had a photo as my background on my phone for years,” the proud new mother tweets. “I just leave it with what the iPhone comes with. I have a daughter and instantly she becomes my background on everything.”

Matthews has a large social media presence with more than 205,000 followers on Twitter. She also has nearly one million followers on Instagram as she often posts fitness pointers. Many on social media used the post’s comment section to congratulate Mahomes and Matthews on a healthy.

Patrick Mahomes Shares Excitement About Becoming a Dad

Mahomes, now officially in the NFL offseason, says he is doing the same thing with his phone. He chimes in shortly after his soon-to-be bride makes her social media post.

“Same,” he says of Matthew’s tweet. He adds a smiling heart emoji to his comment as well.

The star Chiefs quarterback is sure to have plenty of motivation heading into his offseason regimen. We last saw Mahomes and his Chiefs team fall to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. Mahomes and the Chiefs offense struggled mightily against the Bucs defense. Kansas City was held out of the endzone through the entirety of the game and would lose the Super Bowl 31-9.