Stacy Keibler’s tribute to her daughters proves they’re already her mini-mes with their favorite activities. And the posts also show they look like little princesses, no matter the activity!
On Sept 25, the Dysfunctional Friends star shared a series of photos of her daughters on her Instagram. She shared the ultra-sweet photos with the caption reading, “I appreciate all the love, strength, giggles, and joy they bring into my life! 👧💖 Happy #NationalDaughtersDay 👧💖.”
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In the first photo, we see her two daughters looking like little angels in their matching white ruffle-sleeved rompers. In the next photo, we see Keibler and her elder daughter Ava bonding while holding their warm drinks on the couch, looking so adorable as they laugh together.
Then, we end the post with a snapshot of the WWE alum and her younger daughter, Isabella, bonding while they do some yoga outside.
We can’t get over how happy her two daughters look, and all the adorably cozy things the three of them do together.
Keibler and her husband Jared Pobre married on March 8, 2014, after less than a year of dating and years of friendship. They share three children together named Ava, 8, Isabella, 4, and Bodhi, 2.
In a super-rare interview with SheKnows, Keibler previously talked about her home birth, saying it was the “the best decision” she ever made.
“My passion revolves around health and wellness, so it was a natural progression for me to learn everything there is to know about birthing my own child. After much research, it was clear that a home birth without medication was the way I wanted to go. Of course, you will hear that there are risks with this choice, but there are risks with everything that’s inside and outside of the ‘norm’. […],” she said. “I was grateful to be able to experience my birth this way, so I could share it with others. I was able to create an environment in the comfort of my own home that was calming, loving and beautiful.”
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