Serena Williams' husband melts hearts holding daughter Olympia in checkered dress in new photo
Alexis Ohanian, husband to tennis legend, Serena Williams has won the hearts of many with yet another heartwarming father-daughter photo on Instagram.
The Reddit co-founder held his daughter, Olympia to his chest, portraying the perfect image of fatherhood. His caption was hilarious though. Alexis wrote:
“Papa bear. Baby bear not amused.”
He posed with his best bear impression and had the perfect backdrop of a decorative bear behind him. But as the caption hinted, baby Olympia looked away, apparently “not amused” by her father’s stunts.
The curly-haired tot is set to celebrate her first birthday this week. Contrary to general expectations, there will be no glamorous birthday celebration for Olympia. This was made known by her mother, Serena who disclosed that their family identifies as Jehovah’s Witnesses and that no such events are celebrated.
Alexis reportedly also practices with his significant other, despite not experiencing any form of religious activity or affiliation while growing up. Last year, Serena explained:
“Being a Jehovah’s Witness is important to me, but I’ve never really practiced it and have been wanting to get into it. ‘Alexis didn’t grow up going to any church, but he’s really receptive and even takes the lead. He puts my needs first.”
Unlike many Christian doctrines, Jehovah’s Witnesses believe in the existence and supremacy of a single God, discrediting the popular beliefs of the Trinity. They equally do not observe Easter and Christmas, neither do they celebrate birthdays or national holidays.
Around the world, there are well over eight million Jehovah's Witnesses. They trust God will end the present world, which has a place with Satan and make another Kingdom to re-establish His will on earth.
According to their beliefs, only 144,000 individuals will go to paradise, with others proceeding to live on the new Earth and obey God, likewise called Jehovah. Numerous individuals quit their occupations and sold their homes and organizations after the association anticipated Armageddon would come in 1975.
One of their most controversial beliefs is that blood transfusions are forbidden by the Bible. This stand has resulted in countless legal battles amongst guardians and specialists treating debilitated children.