Ayesha Curry of 'Family Food Fight' Expertly Styles Baby Son Canon's Hair during Quarantine
Ayesha and Stephen Curry are basking in the joy of having some extra time with her kids amid the quarantine imposed thanks to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Stephen Curry (R) and Ayesha Curry attend the 2016 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater on July 13, 2016 | Photo: GettyImages
Whether it is exercising with the family at their gym, doing math, or even putting the kids in time-out, Ayesha and Stephen are leading by example by staying inside and encouraging everyone to do the same.
A PERSONAL SALON
Ayesha and Stephen are also doing their part to help those who have been deeply affected by the quarantine.
In the pic, taken by Stephen, Ayesha is donning a striped white and yellow shirt and carefully conditioning little Canon’s hair after a shower.
The boy, on the other hand, looked distracted playing with something in his hand as he left mommy do what she needs to keep his curls in good shape.
“He saw a newborn baby getting their first bath and hair washed in a video and wanted me to wash his.”
Ayesha has been working in some of her projects from home, too, including her upcoming lifestyle magazine, Sweet July.
The 31-year-old entrepreneur revealed the name of the magazine in an Instagram video where her daughters, Riley and Ryan, and Stephen, recreated an iconic scene of the film “The Devil Wears Prada."
It's the scene where Miranda Priestly arrives at work, and Ayesha had the role of Miranda, of course, while the girls were the panicking workers putting everything in order ahead of her appearance.
Ayesha said she chose July for the name of the magazine because it’s the month when her three kids were born, and also the month of her marriage anniversary.
She also acknowledged that by launching the magazine in these moments of crisis, she hopes to share a bit of joy with the world because it really needed right now.
HELPING OTHERS AMID CHAOS
Besides promoting social distancing, Ayesha and Stephen are also doing their part to help those who have been deeply affected by the quarantine, especially kids who often rely on their school to get their meals on a daily basis.
The couple launched a campaign to raise funds destined to provide meals to underprivileged kids and families through Feed America’s network of 200 food banks and 60,000 food pantries across the country.
On top of that, Stephen and the rest of the Golden State Warriors have pledged a $1 million donation to a disaster relief fund created by the Warriors Community Foundation.
The money is destined to help the workers at Chase Center who had been affected by the suspension of the NBA season.