The mom of two, 28, spent some quality time with her kids in a clip shared Friday
Brittany Mahomes is jumping for joy over her kids!
The mom of two, 28, posted a cute clip on Friday of daughter Sterling Skye, 2½, making son Patrick "Bronze" Lavon Mahomes III, 14 months, laugh as they played on a trampoline together in their backyard.
“Let’s see you jump,” Brittany requested in the video as she filmed her little ones on the trampoline. Sterling then jumped up and down with her arms in the air as her baby brother sat nearby watching on.
“Whooo! You’re doing awesome!” Brittany exclaimed before Sterling fell over. “Oh no!” Brittany added as baby Bronze giggled in reaction.
Last week, Brittany spoke to PEOPLE about her close relationship with her kids as she shared their enjoyment of coming with her to see their father play at NFL games.
"I have my eyes on them all the time at games, but it's very special to have them there, to support their dad,” the mom of two told PEOPLE. "My oldest daughter, she can finally kind of realize what's going on and where she's at, and she loves to watch her dad play football."
“She truly enjoys going down to the field and getting to see him before the game. I think it's a very special moment wherever I get to bring them to the game and they get to watch their dad play football."
While Patrick and his team might be heading to the Super Bowl on Feb, 11, his wife revealed that their children's achievements excite them more than what's happening on the field.
"My daughter is getting a personality, so she is able to communicate a lot more things than she has, in the past, like how she's feeling. Seeing her blossom into a little girl who can express her emotions, that type of stuff has been the cutest thing in the world," Brittany said.
Meanwhile, 14-month-old Bronze is starting to get a grasp on walking. "We have been trying to get him to walk for quite some time now, so he's getting there. He's almost there. He's taken a few steps on his own, but he's not fully walking all the way just yet," she explained.
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Brittany also opened up about protecting her kids from food allergies.
"My oldest daughter had a reaction to milk, and her reaction was completely different from what Bronze had," she said. "Being aware that everything can look different and knowing that ultimately, as a mom, knowing that you know your kid and you know if something is wrong with them is important.”
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