Ayesha Curry and Steph Curry Are Expecting Baby No. 4

The Curry family team is growing!

Ayesha Curry, the founder of Sweet July and wife of NBA star Steph Curry, shared the big news on the cover of the new digital issue of her lifestyle and skincare brand. Dressed in just a beige blazer and white bra, the soon-to-be mother of four was on full display as she sat on three wooden chairs adorned with red fabric.

“For so many years, we thought Stephen and I were done. We said, “Three, that’s it, we won’t do it anymore.” And then, last year, we looked at each other and agreed that we wanted to do it again,” Curry wrote in Sweet July Magazine. “For me, the decision came from constantly finding myself looking around and feeling like something was missing…So we embarked on this journey, knowing it would complete our family.”

Inside the cover feature, Curry outlines her “fourth stage” and how this pregnancy is different from her previous three. Interestingly, while she is now “very busy” with three older children, Riley, 11, and Ryan, 8, and Canon, 5, each with their own busy schedules, she tries to appreciate her last pregnancy, especially how fast time goes. pass by “I also realized how quickly time flies with our first three children, who are now able to be on their own and don’t need much from us,” she added.

The 34-year-old also said she was put off by the harsh terms used on her latest pregnancy from her doctors, referring to it as a “geriatric pregnancy” in the general consensus that having a baby in your mid- thirties to forties. makes you “old,” Curry hopes “the narrative will continue to change.”

As far as cravings go, the cookbook author says this time, she craved watermelon, Japanese peaches and even had a “three-week stint with a really bad sausage, egg and cheese McGriddle.” Curry also reflects on how she kept the public and others in the dark during this pregnancy, partly to “protect her peace and strength” and partly to hone in on what she feels is best for her and the baby “This is such a sacred time in life that I know I will never get back, so I am becoming a bit selfish. I keep things to myself,” she noted.

Curry is quick to note that while she may be keeping her pregnancy a secret this time, it doesn’t mean she’s closing herself off from her close community. “I didn’t always like the village. I was really stubborn with my previous pregnancies. And I was hurt in the end. It made things really hard on me,” she noted. “I had to learn to put aside my pride and realize that it’s okay to ask for help, to help the people around me and not avoid it. And I’m still trying to figure out what my village building looks like. I feel it’s not complete anymore, is it?”

Our best wishes to Curry on her fourth pregnancy!

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