Ayesha Curry's daughters Riley and Ryan got blowouts before taking an adorable photo with their little brother Canon. The cookbook author shared the snapshot to Instagram on Tuesday, October 29 and expressed her disbelief with how quickly her children are growing up.
"Our constant joy! They’re growing up too fast. (Ryan’s always checking someone ?)," Ayesha, 30, captioned the image. Riley, 7, and Ryan, 4, were clad in matching dresses and had bows in their hair, while Canon, 15 months, wore a crisp white outfit.
"Awe! The Curry family gives me major baby fever!!!! God bless. Just the cutest little things," one fan wrote in the comments section. "Luv the photo! Too cute. The girls' hair is a new look, always adorable whatever style," another person added. "Riley looks just like her Grandma, Mrs. Curry, in this pic! Precious kids!" a third noted.
The Family Food Fight host is back on mommy duty after a quick trip to Las Vegas for her sister-in-law Sydel Curry-Lee's 25th birthday. The group attended the Magic Mike Live show on Saturday, October 26, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and enjoyed a private meet and greet with members of the cast afterwards.
Ayesha's brood has a knack for keeping her on her toes. She shared a video on Friday, October 25 of Canon pulling a dangerous stunt as he attempted to stand on top of his rocking horse. "That's not how you ride the rocking horse. Canon Jack ... Canon. No," she could be heard saying in the background of the clip.
The restauranteur revealed how she juggles her busy career and motherhood in an interview in May 2019. "I always say that I truly don't believe that balance exists. I like to say there are peaks and valleys. There are moments where you feel like you just want to quit. I have three kids, and my son is just 10 months old, so sometimes I'm like, 'I just don't want to do this today.' But then you press forward, and you realize it's a moment and then something great happens in business and you just want to keep trucking along. It's acknowledging these moments — letting the bad moments pass and realizing the bigger picture," she told Refinery29.
She continued, "And then of course I feel like as a woman it took me a long time to realize that it's okay to have a village, and that everybody needs a village. I have my sister helping me, my parents, my husband's parents. We truly have a village in every sense of the word, and I couldn't do it without them."
What do you think of Ayesha's adorable photo of her kids? Sound off in the comments below!