The girl dad is very hands-on with all three of his daughters, according to wife Kylie Kelce
Jason Kelce takes being a dad very seriously.
Sharing glimpses at their newly redesigned playroom with Pottery Barn Kids, the Philadelphia Eagles center, 36, can be seen playing with his three daughters in a series of photos.
"Jason is emotionally and mentally present for his girls, and I think that's so important," she tells PEOPLE exclusively.
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The photos shared by Pottery Barn Kids show the family having a blast in their upgraded space. Wyatt is laughing hard as she hugs the neck of a giant stuffed giraffe, while Jason is sporting an identical grin on the couch next to her.
The NFL player could be seen being hands-on with his girls, from setting up drawing paper on the Carolina Craft Table for the older pair to get artsy to showing the family's big book collection on display on the shelves, in the Cameron Cubby & Cabinet Wall System.
The family of five could also be seen lounging together on their couch, enjoying some reads in a sweet, giggly moment.
The family man arrived in Orlando for the Pro Bowl on Wednesday, where he joked about changes to the event's format since the last time he participated.
Kelce continued, "Not off-the-Super Bowl Walt Disney World, but as long as Wyatt gets to see Elsa, I don't think it really matters."
In a recent interview with Glamour, the proud mom, 31, was asked if she had hopes for her girls to become athletes.
"I do hope they become athletes, probably selfishly, but also because there are so many things involved in sports that translate into real life," she shared. "But that being said, my husband and I are both advocates for the arts and would enjoy it if they get involved in that as well."
"He was a competition jazz band member, so he was a well-rounded guy. Not a lot of people know that, but he played the baritone saxophone, so if they want to get into music, art, we will fully encourage that as well. We’ll try everything just to see what sticks."
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