The pro skateboarder shares his daughter with wife Abigail
Ryan Sheckler's daughter is already taking after her dad!
On Monday, the pro skateboarder, 34, shared an adorable Reel to his Instagram of his 10-month-old daughter Olive riding on a skateboard for the first time.
"Okay, okay okay. A little crazy. That's a little crazy. How about we get this foot off?" the proud dad says as his daughter begins to place one foot on the ground and begins to roll.
"Put your feet up. Put your arms up! Okay, okay, okay. Let's go!" Sheckler tells his daughter while she scoots around. "Yeah, girl!"
"Olives 1st roll at 10 months old!🛹🙌🏻😍," he captioned the post.
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Sheckler shares his daughter with wife Abigail.
In March, the former MTV star and his wife welcomed their first baby together, confirming the happy news to PEOPLE.
"I am head over heels in love with this baby! I know I should be trying to get sleep when she is napping but I just can't stop staring at her hoping that time would stop so I can stay in this heavenly moment forever!" Abigail told PEOPLE.
The couple chose the name Olive for its symbolic connection to joy, peace and friendship. Oleta pays homage to Sheckler's late grandmother, who supported his skating career fiercely and died in October 2020 before getting the chance to meet her great-granddaughter.
"We considered a few names, but Olive kept coming up in church, and we loved how the olive branch symbolizes peace, so we went with it," Sheckler told PEOPLE.
The skater and his registered nurse wife, 26, exchanged vows in a "fairytale" wedding at the couple's very own "hidden oasis," the Rancho Las Lomas Botanical Gardens in Orange County, California.
Underneath a crystal tent with twinkle lights, candles, and a chandelier, the couple shared their first dance to "Use Somebody" by the Kings of Leon.
The couple decided on a swift, 90-day engagement before becoming husband and wife because, according to Sheckler: "When you know, you know!"
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