Brittany took to her Instagram Story on Monday, March 8 to share that the NFL star's alma mater, Texas Tech University, sent a national letter of intent to newborn Sterling, in apparent hopes that the bundle of joy will opt to attend the school on a soccer scholarship.
The proud mom posted a photo of the document, which was signed by the school's Director of Athletics and read, "This is to certify that Sterling Skye Mahomes will be recommended by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at Texas Tech University to receive a Soccer scholarship."
Brittany added to the post, "She's ready," along with a tears-of-joy emoji. She tagged Patrick, who later shared the pic on his Instagram Story as well.
The fitness influencer also shared an image of a pink blanket with Sterling's name on it next to the school's logo, in addition to a tiny outfit emblazoned with "Mahomes" and the number 15. As fans know, Patrick wears "15" on his jersey when he stars as the quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs.
This might all be a tad premature, as Patrick and Brittany, both 25, just announced the arrival of their first child on Feb. 20. However, it makes sense that Texas Tech would foresee athletics in her future, given that Patrick was the school's star quarterback, while Brittany played soccer at the University of Texas at Tyler.
Plus, Patrick's dad, Patrick Mahomes Sr., was a professional baseball player, so sports prowess clearly runs in the family.
Last week, Brittany shared a photo of her baby's "ruffle butt" in a cute outfit. Let's just hope Sterling gets plenty of time to relax before starting to worry about soccer practice.