The girl dad took daughters Bennett, 11 months, Elliotte, 2½, and Wyatt, 4, to Walt Disney World in Orlando earlier this week
Jason Kelce loves quality time spent with his three little girls.
At one point during the event, Jason was asked what his favorite memory of this year's Pro Bowl was, to which he responded, "Definitely taking my daughters to Disney World."
"It's been a great week," the proud dad continued, according to a fan video shared on X, formerly Twitter.
In another post shared by a fan from the Orlando-based event, Jason could be seen grabbing one of his daughters and bringing her onto the field.
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The girl dad 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.
Jason 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."
Not long after, the family of five was photographed hanging out with Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and they dressed for the occasion.
Jason repped Mickey on his shirt, while Elliotte and Wyatt, whom he held in each arm, rocked the park’s signature mouse ears.
Speaking with PEOPLE about her partnership with HoneyBaked over the holidays, Kylie talked about her three girls watching football, sharing that Wyatt "enjoys watching here and there."
"We like to look at the TV for times that Jason might have his helmet off, or Uncle Trav might have his helmet off," she said.
"Those are the moments when I can really suck them into a game because then they don't look like every other person on the field. When the helmets are off, they can say, 'Oh, that's definitely dad,' " Kylie added.
The mom of three also noted that all of her daughters' knowledge of football is "progressing."
"You can see how they're picking up on those small hints and cues and learning how to watch football," she shared.
"But I would say when it comes to watching the actual game, our middle Elliotte — actually, it's the strangest thing — will cheer at the right times where it's almost as if she understands the game," Kylie continued.
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