Patrick Mahomes’ Tired Toddlers Steal the Show as Super Bowl Champion Accepts the Lombardi Trophy

Brittany Mahomes holds Bronze as Patrick Mahomes holds daughter Sterling after Super Bowl LVIII win.

Patrick Mahomes’ family was right by his side as they celebrated the quarterback’s back-to-back Super Bowl victories.

While the Kansas City Chiefs took the stage to accept the Lombardi trophy after Sunday’s intense face-off against the San Francisco 49ers, they were joined by the 28-year-old quarterback’s family —  wife Brittany Mahomes and son Patrick “Bronze” Lavon Mahomes III, 14 months, and daughter Sterling Skye, who turns 3 later this month.

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The little ones could be seen taking it all in as they were passed around while their dad accepted the Lombardi trophy, praising Brittany and the kids.

“It means the world just – the whole family of Kansas City and Chiefs kingdom is special,” he said during his remarks. “Brittany’s a great wife with two great kids. I can’t ask for anything better than this. We’re Super Bowl champs.”

Patrick Mahomes and son Bronze. PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP VIA GETTY

Mahomes also shared the iconic Disneyland moment with his family for the second year in a row, appearing in a video for the park. Asked, “Patrick Mahomes, you and the Kansas City Chiefs have just won the Super Bowl! What are you going to do next?”

“We’re going to Disneyland!” Patrick and Brittany cheered as the tired toddlers rested in their arms.

As the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback warmed up for the big game earlier in the day, his Kansas City Current co-owner wife brought their little ones to the sidelines, where they enjoyed a family moment inside Allegiant Stadium.

In a photo the NFL posted on social media, Brittany and Sterling hold up baby Bronze as he lifts his little hands in the air in excitement.

But the toddler soon fell asleep, with Brittany sharing on her stories, “Boy didn’t even make kickoff” along with a photo of a snoozing Bronze.

Patrick Mahomes, Brittany Mahomes and son Bronze. PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP VIA GETTY

Speaking with PEOPLE in January, the mom of two, also 28, opened up about what it’s like managing two toddlers on game day. Though Sterling started out shy, the toddler is blossoming at games as she grows up.

“My oldest daughter, she can finally kind of realize what’s going on and where she’s at, and she loves to watch her dad play football. She can see him from a mile away and pays attention and keeps up with what’s going on with him,” the proud mom shared.

“She truly enjoys going down to the field and getting to see him before the game,” Brittany added. “I think it’s a very special moment wherever I get to bring them to the game and they get to watch their dad play football.”

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