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‘Yay Win’: Russell Wilson and Fans Celebrate His and Ciara’s Son Taking His First Steps

Russell and Ciara Wilson’s youngest child, Win Wilson, is walking!

The Seattle Seahawks quarterback shared the exciting news on his Instagram page with his followers. On Aug. 4, Wilson uploaded three photos, one with Ciara, Win, another hidden figure that may be his daughter, Sienna, and himself sitting on the practice field.

Russell Wilson tells fans that his son took his first steps. (Photo: @dangerusswilson/Instagram)

In the second photo, Wilson and his wife are all smiles as he holds his son, but Ciara is not pictured in the last photo.

The caption reads, “Win’s first steps! Witnessing Win walk on the practice field for the first time.. it hit me that God orders our steps. “In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps.” ‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭16:9‬ ‭NIV‬‬

He continued, “So many times in life I would always want to control & decide what is best or what I should do. Going into year 10 & watching my kids grow has given me such a perspective in life of a “Rookie.” Knowing that in the Game of Life that Jesus is the Quarterback. I thank You Jesus for allowing me to Let Go & Let God! I praise You!!! 🙏🏾🙌🏾”

Russell Wilson and his son Win Wilson (Photo: @dangerusswilson/Instagram)

Fans celebrated with the Wilson family on the youngest member’s accomplishment. One person said, ”Yay Win!! 🙌🏾❤️.” Others could not help but acknowledge that Win’s first steps were ironically on his father’s practice field. One expressed that the toddler would grow up to be a football player like Wilson. That person wrote, “Future QB1 right there!” Someone else said, “Win’s first steps on the field. How ceremonious!”

Wilson and Ciara have been married for five years and have a total of three children. Ciara welcomed her first son Future Zahir Wilburn with her ex-fiancé and rapper Future. After Ciara and Russell tied the knot, they welcomed their daughter Sienna, 4, and last year she gave birth to Win.

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