Ciara poses in precious photos with her son Win Wilson. The singer shared the gorgeous pictures via her Instagram earlier today. She captioned, “Precious Love”

The snaps, which have already received over 100,000 likes, show Ciara rocking goddess locs while  her baby boy sits on her lap.


“Baby boy Win,” Russell commented under the photo.

To which a commenter responded, “@dangerusswilson Win is a mini you. He’s so beautiful, and Ciara is stunning.”

“He’s so cute,” another commented

It was just last week that Russell shared that Win is starting to crawl. The Seahawks player shared a video of his 7-month-old son trying to crawl across the living room floor. In the clip, Russell is laying on his stomach as he encourages his baby boy to crawl towards him. “Soon,” the NFl Star simply captioned.

Ciara and Russell Wilson welcomed their son on July 23, 2020 amid the pandemic.

“it’s a blessing to know that we were able to have a healthy baby and a safe delivery,” Ciara told USA Today.

She continued, “I’ll never forget these times of going to my hospital visits and not being able to have my husband by my side for my ultrasound. Or when we were in the hospital delivering our baby, it was a whole different hospital than what I’ve seen in my previous deliveries.”

Ciara also praised Russell for assisting during the delivery. “He was like everything in one,” Ciara said in a recent interview. “He was a cameraman, making sure the camera was set up right so we could get the angle when the baby comes out. And he actually helped pull Win out near the end, which was really sweet.”

“So we got some memorable moments,” Ciara added. “He [did skin-to-skin] with him. It was just very intimate and really full of love, more than anything. So I’m grateful for that.”

Ciara and Russell are also parents to son, Future Zahir, and daughter Sienna Wilson.

Photos: Instagram

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