Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. is an American football quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League. Tom Brady is going to the Super Bowl for a record- The tenth time; however, amid the festival, the 43-year-old Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback made sure to share the moment with his oldest son, Jack. “Can I say hi to my son?” Brady could have been heard asking as he pointed at Jack in the stands before ascending to the snicker barrier and imparting a sweet embrace to the 13-year-old. “I love you, kiddo,” he said.
Brady, apparently the best quarterback ever, has shared doting-dad moments with his kids. Who could fail to remember the time after Super Bowl LIII when Brady held his little girl in his arms while conversing with journalists after the New England Patriots’ triumph? Not us, ’cause we thought it was the most fantastic aspect of the entire night, frankly.
But this moment seemed extra-special because it extra-firmly cemented Brady’s spot in the history books making sure that it was his family’s affair. Was it ever? Even when Brady’s wife and Jack’s stepmom, Gisele Bundchen, shared a photo of the hug on her Instagram story.
Jack’s mom, Bridget Moynahan, tweeted in support of her ex, posting two photos of Brady after the game, solo and with their son, and writing, “Could not be more proud @tombrady said he would do it and he did.” This isn’t just a football victory; it’s a co-parenting victory, too.
If Brady and Bundchen’s recent Florida home purchase is any indication, this may not be the last season we see the quarterback in a Bucs uniform. Regardless, we’ll have at least one more opportunity to see Brady play at the Super Bowl LV — Despite the usual win-or-lose expectations, we only hope we’ll also see another heartwarming dad moment from him.