Brittany Mahomes shares adorable photos of daughter Sterling with second child on the way

Patrick and Brittany Mahomes | Instagram
Patrick and Brittany Mahomes | Instagram
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Brittany Mahomes is expecting a second baby with husband Patrick Mahomes, but in the meantime the soon-to-be mother-of-two is relishing her time with Sterling, their one-year-old daughter. In a recent Instagram post, Brittany shared several photos of the two enjoying some quality mother-daughter time.

Brittany Mahomes and daughter | Instagram
Brittany Mahomes and daughter | Instagram

Brittany and Patrick recently announced that little Sterling would be a big sister in a joint Instagram post featuring the happy couple and their daughter holding up a sign that read “Big Sister Duties Coming Soon.”

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It was a whirlwind year that began with Sterling’s first birthday celebration and continued through festivities. Including his and hers bachelor/bachelorette parties, an extravagant wedding in Hawaii. Going along with an epic honeymoon in St. Bart’s, the newlyweds are now preparing for a new addition to their growing family.

The pair met in high school and continued to date throughout college when Patrick played for Texas Tech and Brittany played soccer for the University of Texas at Tyler. After college, the couple settled down in Kansas City after the Chiefs drafted the signal caller to be their franchise quarterback.

Patrick Mahomes and the star-studded AFC

The upcoming NFL season will feature the Kansas City Chiefs as favorites to reach the Super Bowl, but a slew of up-and-coming teams led by dynamic star quarterbacks crowd the AFC.

Young gunslingers like Joe Burrow, Josh Allen, Justin Herbert, and Lamar Jackson helped keep their respective teams in contention. While the blockbuster trade that sent Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos adds a new wrinkle to the already tough conference.


Especially with the Wilson trade, the AFC West figures to be tough sledding for the four teams vying for a playoff spot. The Chiefs, Broncos, Chargers, and Raiders are all expected to contend for the opportunity to play in the Super Bowl.


The trade of star Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins will make life much tougher for the Super Bowl champion, but the Chiefs have made several offseason moves in hopes of reloading their talented roster. The wild AFC West should shape up to be an exciting battle for the upcoming NFL season.

Edited by James Meyers


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