Ayesha Curry, the wife of NBA professional player Stephen Curry, took to Instagram to share a couple of photos of the Halloween costumes she and her son, Canon, chose.
In the first image, the chef appeared holding Canon up while reaching out for a kiss. She was wearing a yellow, blue, red, and white dress portraying one of the most memorable Disney Princess, Snow White.
The baby, on the other hand, was dressed up with tiny brown pants, a red jacket, a long beanie hat, and a white beard, playing one of the dwarfs in the film. For the caption, Ayesha pointed out that Canon was Happy, Grumpy, Sleepy, and all the other dwarfs.
“Definitely missing my Prince Charming and two baby girls but he is certainly holding it down for baby Canon and I while we’re away,” the celebrity chef added.
For the second pic, Ayesha was looking at the camera as if she had been caught doing something, and Canon was crying. The third and final image showed Ayesha smiling at her son while holding him in front of her.
As soon as she uploaded that slideshow, her followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. Most of them praised their creativity saying that the costumes made them look adorable, while others said that even though it was loving, Canon was not feeling as excited as expected.
Canon W. Jack Curry was born on July 2, 2018, and he became Stephen and Ayesha’s third child and first son. Even though it was Ayesha’s third pregnancy, it was not the easiest one; in fact, it was the roughest.
The proud mother suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum, a pregnancy complication that is much more intense than morning sickness and can last the entire length of pregnancy. One of the worst aspects of it is that it cannot be cured but managed.
Before giving birth, Ayesha wrote in a blog that even though her “itty bitty baby” was healthy and safe, she couldn’t wait for him to come out as that pregnancy “topped the cake when it comes to being tough and exhausting.”
"For the past 4 months, I’ve barely been able to eat let alone cook. I️ don’t want to say I’m depressed because I️ take mental health very seriously but I️ am truly very very sad. When you can’t do what you love all of a sudden because of an uncontrollable situation, it sucks," wrote Ayesha.
Thankfully, she managed to withstand those health issues and, at the moment, the Currys are having a blast while raising and taking care of Canon.