“Start them young” is often the advice of experts when it comes to excelling. That’s exactly what Ciara did with her 2-year-old daughter Sienna as they cheered on daddy Russell Wilson as the Seattle Seahawks and he defeated the Minnesota Vikings 37-30.
Ciara shared the adorable video to her Instagram during “Monday Night Football” that showed daddy’s number one fan dancing and cheering while waving Seahawk-green colored pom-poms. Was the morale boost from Sienna what gave Wilson the motivation to earn the win at home? It is unclear, but she sure put a smile on mommy’s face who was all decked out in Seahawk gear.
“Go Daddy Go Daddy Go!! @DangeRussWilson #SeaHawks #MNF??,” Ciara wrote as the caption of the sweet video.
Sienna appeared to be having a great time hanging out on the sideline with mommy and her friends. Ciara’s millions of followers could not get over how much the 2-year-old looks like her daddy.
“Looking just like her daddy Proud like her mother Awesome GO HAWKS!!! So Proud Of My Team Seahawks All Day!!!” one excited fan commented while another said, “Awww She look just like her daddy too with her cute self.”
Many users thought the best part of the video was at the end when Sienna got a little too close to the camera. “When sienna hit the camera ????,” an IG user wrote.
Another fan put a little pressure on mommy to grow her family again.
“She is growing up fast. Time for another one ????,” the fan commented on Ciara’s post.
The whole family gets involved and supports each other. Ciara’s son with rapper Future, 5-year-old Future Zahir Wilburn is also often seen on social media supporting Russell.
Recently Sienna put down the pom-poms and hit the studio to show mommy a little love. Ciara shared a video on November 22 of the youngster jamming out to her new song, “Melanin.” She was not able to reach the microphone but she is a great dancer.
“Si Si’s Jam ☺️❤️ #Melanin. Makes me feel something special every time I see her jamming to it,” mommy wrote in the caption of her post.
The victory on “Monday Night Football” bumped the 10-2 Seahawks up to 1st and bumped the 10-2 San Francisco 49ers down to 2nd in the NFC West division. Despite having identical records, Seattle’s win over San Fran back in week 10 could be the deciding factor as to who wins the division but they meat again for the last game of the season.
While the team has been racking up victories, Russell has been making a case for himself to be named the league’s “Most Valuable Player” but he will have a tough time beating Baltimore Raven’s Quarterback Lamar Jackson.