Kylie Kelce Shares the Lessons She Hopes Her Daughters Learn from Dad Jason Kelce’s Time in the NFL

Kylie Kelce Shares the Lessons She Hopes Her Daughters Learn from Dad Jason Kelce’s Time in the NFL

The mom of three shares daughters Wyatt, Elliotte and Bennett with the retired NFL player

Jason Kelce and family at training camp

Jason and Kylie Kelce with their three daughters. PHOTO: KYLIE KELCE/INSTAGRAM

While Kylie and Jason Kelce’s daughters may not remember their dad’s time in the NFL, there are a few things that the mom of three is hoping that they’ll hold on to.

Kylie, 32, appeared on Monday’s episode of Today, where she shared that even though her three daughters — Wyatt Elizabeth, 4, Elliotte Ray, 3, and Bennett Llewellyn, 13 months — might be too young to remember Jason’s time playing on the Philadelphia Eagles, she hopes they’ll understand how important he was to the city.

“I think that ultimately, it’s not about them remembering that he played football, it’s all the lessons that he got from football that he then gets to take with him,” said Kylie.

The proud mom continued, saying that her kids are too young to understand why people come up to their dad and want to take a picture with him.

“But I hope that ultimately they end up understanding that their dad had an impact on Philadelphia in a way that was wholesome and that he understood the city, enough that he wanted to stay there and raise a family there,” she added.

“He gave his blood, sweat and tears to the city and it was out of sheer love and commitment. And I hope that my girls see that.”

Speaking to PEOPLE in February, Kylie revealed that she doesn’t take her daughters to every football game, adding that they didn’t plan on having their girls attend the Super Bowl to cheer on their uncle Travis Kelce in person.

“I think it’s a little bit controversial but even during regular season games, I don’t take the girls to every game. They’re still very young,” she reasoned. “A stadium with thousands of people can be overwhelming and there’s three of them. It can get hectic, it’s just a lot.”

She added that taking them to a public event requires deciding if it’s best for them.

“I love to do things that set them up for success. The thought of traveling cross-country with them [while] Jason’s going to be super busy, and putting them in maybe a stressful environment, isn’t ideal,” she explained. “We think they’ll be much, much happier to see Uncle Trav on the TV because it’ll be easier to see him and they can cheer him on that way.”

“The goal of the day is to just cheer on the Chiefs and make sure that we cheer hard enough that Uncle Trav can feel the energy and he can put that right onto the field.”

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