"I Can't Take All Of This Cuteness"

Canon Curry had the opportunity to enjoy his first game with his mom and dad at Oracle Arena in Oakland earlier this week. Ayesha Curry sat courtside with her and husband Stephen Curry’s son who nabbed the attention of a few team officials who could not get enough of his cuteness.


Steve Kerr seemed especially taken in with Canon’s adorable appeal. The head coach was photographed while giving the little one a smile. “I can’t take all of this cuteness in one picture,” one Instagram fan said after seeing a picture of Canon taking a picture with his dad in between the action on the court. “Look at Canon giving those dreamy eyes,” another fan wrote online.

Ayesha Curry has been one busy mompreneur with her home economics brand, Homemade, taking the industry by storm. The celebrity mom shared her secret to having a thriving career all while being a wife and mom during a recent interview.

“I truly believe [balance] doesn’t exist,” Ayesha said. “It can exist at certain points but in everyday life,” I don’t think there’s such thing,” she added.

“I find a lot of solace and comfort in knowing that the moms around me are also running around like chickens with their heads cut off. As perfect as it may look on paper and on Instagram, we’re all just trying to get by.”

Ayesha and Stephen Curry are the proud parents of three children. Canon is the couple’s youngest child and only son. Stay tuned for more celebrity family news!

Photo: Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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