NBA's Tristan Thompson's Ex Jordy Craig Shares Snaps with Their Son Prince Who Is Getting so Big
Jordy Craig's son with Tristan Thompson is growing up fast. The doting mother shared gorgeous pictures from a ski trip.
In celebration of Mother's day, Jordy Craig shared an Instagram post that featured the model's three-year-old son, Prince, who she shares with NBA star, Tristan Thompson.
In the first picture, the mother-son duo rocked matching red and black winter outfits as Jordy playfully lifted her son in the air while they posed in a snowy background.
A second photo saw Jordy and Prince in a ski gondola while they looked out to their snowy surroundings. The third snap pictured the pair hanging out in an ice rink. In her caption, Craig gushed over her son while adding her gratitude to be his mom. She wrote:
"You made me the GREATEST version of myself the day I became your Mommy & for that, I am forever Grateful ♥️ #alwaysallsmiles."
Jordy's post was met with reactions from her fans who flooded the comment section with lovely messages.
Tristan Thompson has an impressive career in basketball. In 2016, he helped his team "Cleveland Cavaliers" secure a surprising win at the NBA finals.
Craig welcomed her son in December 2016, only shortly after Tristan publicly started a relationship with Reality TV star, Khloe Kardashian.
"Your smile is one that lights up every room you are in. I thank God every day for picking me to be your father. May God continue to bless youeveryy day, son. I love you.❤️❤️❤️❤️"
Aside from Prince, Thompson is also dad to two-year-old True, whom he shares with Khloé. Although Tristan and the "Keeping up with the Kardashian" star broke up last year, they have reached a common ground to co-parent their daughter.
There have, however, been recent reports that Khloe and Tristan have rekindled their romance; neither of them has come out to confirm the rumors.
Tristan Thompson has an impressive career in basketball. In 2016, he assisted his team "Cleveland Cavaliers" to secure a surprising win at the NBA finals.