Alfonso Ribeiro & His Wife Dote on Their Kids While Enjoying Summer Together
Onscreen personality, Alfonso Ribeiro and his wife, Angela, showed off some priceless family moments with their kids as they enjoyed summer days as one big happy family.
Many parents might be fed up with having their kids around them following the closure of schools and an obligatory quarantine episode since the lockdown, which happened due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, Alfonso, the "American Funniest Videos" host, and his entire household seem to be in a perfect place, as both parents are content with having their children around them.
In fact, the Ribeiros are sharing these fun moments with their fans on IG. Their Instagram page features images and Insta stories of their happy unit in detail. The couple shares two sons, Anders Reyn and Alfonso AJ Lincoln, and a daughter named Ava Sue together, but Alfonso has an older child from a past relationship.
Photos of their youngest child, Ava cutely seated on the grass, and another of her enjoying a swing ride, to that of their oldest son, watching a burning fire are plastered online for their fans to admire.
Concerning their kids, the father of four doesn't mind sharing information online. When he and his wife welcomed their first daughter, he posted the news to assure his followers that Angela had a safe delivery.
The family have an annual ritual of visiting their relatives in Iowa.
The onscreen star was equally quick to announce his wife's last pregnancy, and she followed it up with an image involving two of her sons, with footballs inside their white short sleeve shirts, looking like baby bumps. Angela stood directly behind the boys with the real baby bump protruding behind her top, and she captioned the photo with a cute joke.
After Ava was born, the "AFV" host shared that his home is full of "love," and that the tot is a total sweetheart. When it comes to fatherhood duties, he's continually trying to teach his kids some new and amazing experiences by globe-trotting.
He confessed that he'd pick traveling with his kids to introduce them to new information, as Alfonso maintained that reading about places in a book is not the same as being there to witness the place.
The family has an annual ritual of visiting their relatives in Iowa, and for the father of four, it offers them a chance to explore. Speaking of fatherhood, he explained that making time for family is vital as they must be the number one thing on every parent's mind.