May 22, 2020
Soccer star Sydney Leroux Dwyer got fans mushy after she shared an appalling pic of her toddler daughter in a recent post.
Star mom Sydney Leroux Dwyer warmed up her Instagram timeline after giving fans a glimpse of her gorgeous baby daughter, Roux. The little one captured many hearts as she stood in what looked like the interior of her parents' home.
Sydney Leroux and her son Cassius Dwyer before the NWSL match between the Portland Thorns and FC Kansas City on Saturday May 13th, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
The pretty toddler looked enchanting in a miniature leopard print romper while her feet were clad in a pair of black flats. Baby Roux's hair was adorned with a knotted scarf as she completed the snapshot with a heartwarming smile.
Fans fell head over heels with the baby girl's chic look, and they made no hesitations in admiring her. Someone gushed: "Omg, she's adorbs. That jumpsuit is so cute!!...," someone addressed Roux's mom: "Wow! She has your face!"
POSITIVE OUTLOOK TO COVID-19
While many will agree that the pandemic has had a lot of adverse effects, there's also been enough time for families to bond better, and Sydney Leroux attested to it.
The couple also has a nanny who doesn't work in off-seasons.
In a chat with People, the mom-of-three revealed that Dom Dwyer and her spouse have enough time to spend with their children. She told the news site: We're always traveling, so it's kind of been nice for us to just be in one place…"
HER BABY'S MILESTONE
Besides enjoying more family time, and being able to take a break from their busy schedules, the Orlando City Forward and her spouse were there for their little daughter's first steps!
This gave the celeb mom much joy as she admitted that staying at home had helped her witness Roux's milestone achievement. She added: "I feel like that would never happen in our regular life. So we both saw that… and it was just such a sweet moment."
The Olympian mentioned that she often got questioned on how she can juggle being a mom and a successful soccer player all at the same time.
To this, Sydney answered that it was not easy, and sometimes it becomes overwhelming. However, other times, she gears herself up, knowing that "I was meant for soccer and motherhood."
Sydney and Dom Dwyer are both soccer players, but they worked out a schedule such that one parent stays at home when the other is off to work. The couple also has a nanny who doesn't work in off-seasons.