“So in the event of an emergency exit, the OBs will go with me and our daughters will stay with my mom and dad. They are there on grandchild duty,” Kylie continued.
Jason and Kylie share two children, Elliotte, who is almost 2, and Wyatt, 3. Kylie told the outlet she’s excited her daughters will see their dad play at the Super Bowl.
The Kelce kids are also hardcore Eagles fans. “I don’t know that our 2-year-old will really remember anything, and really even if our 3-year-old will, but it’s just such a cool opportunity. At the very least, they’ll have pictures of them at the Super Bowl cheering on their dad,” Kylie told People. “I know that it’s something [Jason] wanted to share with them.”
“It’s just an amazing opportunity for our family,” she continued.”I do not want to know,” Jason said. “I would much prefer to remain in the moment, finish the game off, and then rush to wherever she is after that.”
“I don’t think I’ll be thinking about it too much,” Jason said of his child’s imminent birth. “I guess we’ll see, but I’m pretty good at blocking out things outside of football when I’m on the field.”
On Sunday, Jason will be facing off against his brother Travis, who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs. Their mother Donna Kelce is certain that the incoming Kelce baby will wait for the Super Bowl to be over to make an arrival.