Angela Unkrich, the wife of Hollywood actor Alfonso Ribeiro, shared a cute video of their children having fun at home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic currently ravaging the world has forced many to stay in their homes to avoid spreading the virus even further.
That measure has reduced the amount of social interaction but has also led to families bonding even more, given that they have ample time to spend with one another.
Alfonso Ribeiro & Angela Ribeiro at the launch party for Hallmark's "Put It Into Words" Campaign on July 30, 2018 in California | Photo: Getty Images
The Ribeiro's are one of such families enjoying their time together as they isolate at home, and Angela, the mother of the house, showed her fans a glimpse of how they are doing just that.
"Just another day quarantining… #stayhome."
Angelo and Alfonso share three children, Anders, AJ Lincoln, and Ava Sue. Alfonso also has a teenage daughter, Sienna, from a previous relationship.
The couple welcomed Ava Sue on May 13, 2019, and the cute baby girl has grown so much since, a fact visible in her mother's video post that showed her seated on her scooter while watching the older siblings skate.
Alfonso was in the habit of taking his family on vacations all the time...
The year 2019 proved to be a milestone year for Alfonso Ribeiro. Apart from welcoming a new child, he also hosted the 30th season of "America's Funniest Home Videos."
In an interview with PEOPLE, the actor talked about the Show and how many people, especially the younger generation, have fallen in love with it. He also spoke about his youngest child, Ava, who was then 4-months-old, saying:
"She's a really happy baby. She just smiles and connects all the time. She's got two crazy older brothers that love her. She's just a little sweetheart."
Alfonso Ribeiro is a great father to his four children, and his family have imbibed the culture of spending time together even before the coronavirus pandemic.
Alfonso was in the habit of taking his family on vacations all the time because he believed that traveling is a great way of educating them about people.
In a chat with "Closer Weekly," he said that one could read up about things in books, but that by personal experience, the new things learned would stay with a person throughout life.
The father of four also said that he always took his kids to Iowa every year to visit his in-laws and have a first-hand experience of the world. He added that he has two jobs, being a parent, and giving his kids the best experience he could possibly give to them.