Reggie Bush recently shared a rare photo with his daughter Briseis Avagyan and his fans are in love with how similar they look. Check out the sweet snap!
Reggie Bush, a former NFL star who was drafted by the New Orleans Saints, loves his children to the moon and back. He rarely posts them on social media, but when he does, it is always a delight.
Taking to Instagram, Bush recently shared a sweet photo with his 7-year-old daughter Brises Avagyan. He wore a plain white hoodie and smiled ear to ear while taking the selfie.
LIKE FATHER LIKE DAUGHTER
Brises looked adorable in a printed red tee. Her gorgeous curly locks looked long as she parted them in the middle and let them loose. Just like her father, she flashed her heartwarming smile.
Bush, who previously dated Kim Kardashian, has three children with Avagyan.
The little one held a doll in her hands that looked similar to Serena Williams' baby daughter Olympia's Qai Qai doll. It looked pretty cute, just like Brises.
Ever since Bush retired from the NFL in 2017, he has been totally focused on raising his children and being there for the family. He has been married to his dancer wife, Lilit Avagyan.
BUSH'S LIFE AFTER RETIREMENT
Bush, who previously dated Kim Kardashian, has three children with Avagyan. Besides Brises, they are proud parents to their two sons, Uriah and Agyemang.
After retiring, Bush was pretty happy to be home and find a new passion because, according to him, he dedicated over 20 years of his time to a single sport.
The pandemic has been difficult, but quarantining with his family has allowed Bush to spend much-needed quality time with them. They have all been working to better themselves.
That being said, there were times when Bush realized it was not a cakewalk. For instance, homeschooling was not the easiest thing to do. But giving up is not what he was made for.
CHALLENGES AMID THE PANDEMIC
Homeschooling taught Avagyan and Bush to be more patient with each other and their children. Avagyan said being with the little ones pushed them to a whole new level of stress.
But the thoughtful parents never allowed their kids to feel the pressure and stress. Instead, they gave each other time to decompress and get back to being their best selves.