The couple's 4-year-old daughter was adamant about not riding the teacups during the family's trip to Disney World
The Philadelphia Eagles center, 36, and his wife Kylie, 31, brought their three daughters — Bennett, 11 months, Elliotte, 2, and Wyatt, 4 — to Disney World as they attended the Pro Bowl this past weekend, sharing a video of their time at the resort on Twitter.
In the video, the couple's daughter Wyatt is asked if she'll go on the teacups as she sits in her stroller. "I'm not going on the teacups," Wyatt says as she shakes her head back and forth.
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"She's an opinionated toddler," Kylie says as the camera zooms in on Wyatt eating a churro with a worried look on her face. "And that is so much fun!" she jokingly adds.
The clip then cuts to the family at the teacups, with the camera following Jason as he carries daughter Elliotte. Kylie holds Wyatt from the sidelines, who yells "Hi Dad!" and waves as the ride begins. "Hi Ellie!" Kylie says after her daughter.
At one point during the Pro Bowl this past weekend, Jason was asked what his favorite memory of this year's event was, to which he responded, "Definitely taking my daughters to Disney World."
"It's been a great week," the proud dad continued, according to a fan video shared on X, formerly Twitter.
In another post shared by a fan from the Orlando-based event, Jason could be seen grabbing one of his daughters and bringing her onto the field.
The girl dad arrived in Orlando for the Pro Bowl last Wednesday, where he joked about changes to the event's format since the last time he participated.
Jason continued, "Not off-the-Super Bowl Walt Disney World, but as long as Wyatt gets to see Elsa, I don't think it really matters."
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