NFL superstar Patrick Mahomes and his Fiancée Brittany Matthews are adjusting to life as brand new, first-time parents.
The couple welcomed their first child, Sterling Skye, into the world on February 20 earlier this year. One of the biggest adjustments new parents have to make is traveling with an infant that can be uncooperative at times. It is a lesson that Patrick Mahomes and his future wife are learning with each passing day. Thankfully, they seem to be adjusting well as Matthews tweets they took a step in a positive direction today (Sunday). The future Mrs. Mahomes says the couple made it to an Easter church service this morning with little Sterling in tow.
“Made it to Church ON TIME and made it through church with baby girl,” Matthews says in the Instagram post. “GOD IS GOOD!”
She concludes the tweet by wishing everyone a happy Easter. The post took in more than 3,000 “likes” in under an hour of going live along with dozens of comments. Several Twitter users took the opportunity to return the favor and offer Patrick Mahomes and his young, growing family a wonderful Easter.
Patrick Mahomes Enjoying Offseason as First-Time Father
The proud new parents appear to be adapting well with their baby and have begun taking her out in public from time to time. In addition to the Easter church service, Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Mathews also recently took in a Kansas City Royals baseball game. The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback earned some brownie points with the K.C. faithful for supporting the city’s sister sports teams. All three, including baby Sterling, were decked out in powder blue Royals jerseys and took in the game from high up seating.
While he is enjoying his first NFL offseason as a new father, Patrick Mahomes will return to the grindstone soon. We last saw the All-Pro quarterback in defeat as he and the Chiefs fell in the Super Bowl to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Mahomes won’t be lacking motivation with a new baby and the taste of defeat still in his mouth. He and his Chiefs teammates will look to reach the Super Bowl for the third year in a row. The 2021 NFL season is set to begin later this year.