Russell Wilson & Ciara Celebrate Mother's Day with Photos of Beloved Kids Future, SiSi, & Win
Mother's Day saw the world celebrate women with children. Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara were one of those couples who marked the special day with tributes shared on social media.
Wilson shared pictures that captured his family— one of them featured his wife Ciara and two of their kids while another showed him in bed next to her and a baby she cradled in her arm.
In his caption, the loving husband and father tagged his woman "Heaven Sent" for how she keeps up with her duties as a mother and wife. He ended the simple tribute with a declaration of love for her.
In Ciara's case, the post she shared to commemorate Mother's Day was one expressing gratitude for the opportunity she was given to be a mom to her adorable kids.
She shared pictures that captured her posing with each of her three children and threw in a couple taken during one of her pregnancy terms. She captioned them:
The Greatest Gift God’s given me, is the gift of being your Mommy! I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world! Mommy Loves You So Much! Happy Mother’s Day..."
Ciara and her beau have been married for about four years, and their romance is not showing any wear and tear. The two first met at a basketball game in 2015, and their first conversation revealed a spark they chose to fan.
Whether it's celebrating the holidays or showing support to one another, they do it as one and are cherished for it.
One month later, the couple was Instagram official, and by the end of 2016, they were married. The two have been called a "perfect" couple by many, and for good reason— they even have a rule that ensures they are never apart for longer than ten days.
Their family is one of the most popular on the internet, and the two lovebirds enjoy sharing bits and pieces of their precious family moments with their fans on social media.
Whether it's celebrating the holidays or showing support to one another, they do it as one and are cherished for it. Still, they have a long way to go but so far, so good.