Their son, Rayden Sherman isn't even a year old yet, but that doesn't stop Seattle Seahawks cornerback, Richard Sherman and his fiancee, Ashley Lillian from having another baby. MStars News has learned that the couple are expecting a baby girl in April.
In an Instagram post below, Lillian posted a photo of her shoes along with Sherman's and their sons shoes, adding some pink shoes to the mix. An ultrasound of their baby girl was also place in the snapshow where the second time around mother wrote: "Can't wait to meet our baby girl coming April 2016!"
A photo posted by Ashley Lillian (@msmoss22) on Dec 23, 2015 at 4:48pm PST
The Seattle Seahawks star also posted the same photo and revealed his fiancee's due date writing: "New addition ...04/27/16 Can't wait *Bart Scott Voice*"
The couple's son has grown up so fast and will be turning a year old on February 5. Last year Sherman claimed that his son's birth was unique because it was the same numbers on his football jersey.
Baby Sherman finally got a taste of football action when he watched his father play at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii on Sunday.
A photo posted by Ashley Lillian (@msmoss22) on Jan 31, 2016 at 5:41pm PST
"Rayden's first football game ... Out here enjoying himself to the fullest," his mother wrote in the image above.
The Seattle Seahawks season ended when they were defeated in the playoffs by the Carolina Panthers. Cam Newton, and his team will be taking on the Denver Broncos this Sunday for Super Bowl 50.
Despite being beat by the Panthers, Sherman actually has a lot of love for Newton. During an interview Sherman defended the quarterback after he was criticized about how he plays in the NFL, which includes dancing after he makes a touchdown showing off his "Dab" moves.
"He hasn't done anything wrong to anyone. He hasn't done anything off the field or hurt anyone or committed a crime or done anything. He plays the game like a young kid, like a kid's supposed to play it. This is a game. This isn't life. This isn't government. This isn't military. This isn't anything that's that serious. I think people are taking it out of perspective," Sherman told ESPN.
Sherman added, "They're saying he's a bad example for kids. This is a kid's game. Unless he's cursing or putting the middle finger up or pulling his pants down or doing things like that, then I don't get what they're saying. The guy's going out there and playing as hard as he can, living the dream and treating it like that. He's honoring the game in his own way, and I think that old-school way of thinking is why the conversation is going so long."© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.