Kristen Bell Shares Videos of Dax Shepard Getting Playful with Daughters at Dodgers Game: ‘Dadding Looks So Cute on [You]’

The family of four enjoyed a fun outing to the ballpark, where the 'Frozen' actress praised her husband's "dadding skills"

<p>Jason Bollenbacher/Getty;Kristen Bell/Instagram</p> Kristen Bell praised husband Dax Shepard

Jason Bollenbacher/Getty;Kristen Bell/Instagram

Kristen Bell praised husband Dax Shepard's "dadding" as she shared clips from the family's recent night out to a Los Angeles Dodgers game.

Kristen Bell is smitten by her husband's sweet bond with their daughters.

The People We Hate at the Wedding star, 43, praised Dax Shepard's parenting in a post on Instagram Saturday. Bell shared a glimpse of her family's recent night out to the ballpark to watch the Los Angeles Dodgers play — including two videos of Shepard, 48, adorably in action as a dad.

In addition to a photo of her and the Armchair Expert podcast host in the stands at the game, Bell posted a clip of her husband and oldest daughter Lincoln, 10, holding hands and happily skipping through the stadium hallway.

The two kicked their legs out as they expertly maneuvered around the crowds of people waiting in line at the concession stands. Younger daughter Delta, 8, followed closely behind them.

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A second video clip captured Shepard carrying not one but both girls up a flight of stairs. He had Lincoln perched on his shoulders, while he held her younger sister against his chest.

"Dadding looks so cute on @daxshepard 💜," Bell gushed in her caption.

<p> Kristen Bell/Instagram</p> Dax Shepard skips along with daughters Lincoln (right) and Delta (left).

Kristen Bell/Instagram

Dax Shepard skips along with daughters Lincoln (right) and Delta (left).

The Frozen star's followers were equally impressed by Shepard, particularly his stair-climbing feat. "Carrying BOTH? Up STAIRS? I gotta get to the gym," one person quipped.

"I broke my back looking at the end lmao. Dad strength off the charts," another fan commented.

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Shepard also posted a photo of himself and Bell at the game on his Instagram page. "Been a minute since I trotted this show pony out on the IG," the Zathura star jokingly captioned the post, referring to his wife. "Family @dodgers game while the evenings are still warm and glowy. 🔥🔥🔥."

In July, Bell shared another of her husband's cute dad moments when the family was stranded at Boston Logan International Airport due to "9 hours of delays." Compounding the situation, she explained there were no hotels available within 50 miles so the couple and their daughters had to bunk down on the airport floor.

<p>Jason Bollenbacher/Getty </p> Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell attend the 2023 SXSW Conference on March 16.

Jason Bollenbacher/Getty

Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell attend the 2023 SXSW Conference on March 16.

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A video Bell posted on her Instagram Story at the time showed Shepard lovingly spooning one of his daughters on the floor as they watched something together on a tablet.

The Bless This Mess actor opened up about the joys of fatherhood during a SXSW panel in Austin, Texas, back in March, saying "nothing compares" to being a dad.

"It is the greatest thing that has ever happened to me," he told the audience.

"When I have failures in life, I get to come home and still be dad," he added. "It is the most transformative experience. You can feel it's why you are here."

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