Brittany Mahomes Shares Photo of Shoes Big Sis Sterling Wants Baby Bro Bronze to Wear 'Every Day'
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Sterling Skye Mahomes is looking to style her baby brother for life!
On her Instagram Story Saturday, mom Brittany Mahomes shared a photo of her 2-month-old son, Patrick "Bronze" Lavon Mahomes III, wearing an adorable pair of brown loafers of which his 23-month-old sister apparently highly approves.
"Sterling wants him to wear these shoes every day," Brittany, 27, captioned the photo, along with two laughing emojis.
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Given that the loafers are the focal point of the ensemble, the mom of two color-coordinated her baby boy's look by dressing him in a darling brown onesie with "Bronze" embroidered across the front.
She also showed off two mini-sized sportswear sets for her little one on her Instagram story, both personalized with "Mahomes" in a specially designed font.
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Ever since Brittany and her husband, Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, welcomed their second child, Sterling has been on top of her big sister duties — something that Brittany has expressed joy to see.
"Just a little emotional today thinking about how blessed I am and how proud of this little angel I am," Brittany recently wrote, captioning a carousel of photos featuring her daughter posing with her and Patrick for a family maternity photoshoot.
"She has been doing so good as a big sister. She loves her brother so much [and] has been just the best little helper!!"
Brittany and Patrick, 27, welcomed Bronze on Nov. 28 after confirming to PEOPLE that they were expecting a baby boy in June 2022. Sterling made her debut on Feb. 20, 2021.
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Five months after welcoming their first child into the world, Patrick told PEOPLE that being a father has "been awesome" and that he was "blessed to have a really, really good first baby."
While he says the responsibility of being a young superstar in the NFL undoubtedly brought on maturity, Patrick says fatherhood has helped him grow even more.
"Nothing's like having a kid," he said. "Having someone that you're going every single day knowing that you're trying to take care of."
He added, "It truly is an amazing feeling to know I get to go to work every single day for something and then get to come home and enjoy the time I get with them."