Chris Bosh Reveals How Basketball Helped Him In Building A Strong Family Life
Former basketball player and two-time NBA champion, Chris Bosh updated his Instagram account to share adorable photos of his family of 7 and shared how his career as a basketball player helped him to have a very strong family life.
On Tuesday, Chris Bosh, 36, shared a bunch of impressive snaps of his big family in which they dressed all white while walking in nature. In the photos, Chris and Adriene Bosh have created the perfect family picture with their children and they all looked very happy.
In the caption of the photo, Chris Bosh stated that the bond between them as family was getting stronger every day and they always supported each other.
Always trying to make sure that his children felt good and supported, Chris Bosh did his best to make this happen and put the discipline taught by basketball into his family life.
Furthermore, Chris Bosh is a father who is familiar with teamwork, consistency, and how to make the best of yourself everyday. So, being a basketball player helped him to navigate his family life with the same pillars as in basketball.
Here’s the caption:
“Looking back on moments like this remind me of how far we have come as a family. We have found even more ways to show up for one another.
If that means being Principal Bosh, or being in charge of the homeschool IT Dept, or just making sure they feel seen, heard, and supported every single day.
The game 🏀 taught me a lot about teamwork, consistency, and bringing your “A” game every day- regardless.
It has helped me navigate our new world with the same pillars that brought success for me in one realm 🏆 🏆🏅 and now I’m applying those in every area of my life. #BoshHoliday #BoshFamily”
These beautiful family photos shared by Chris Bosh were also liked by his followers and comments were written about how beautiful his family was.
One of the fans wrote:
“You’re halfways there to a basketball team Mr bosh”
Another fan wrote:
“God bless your family CB 🏆🏆”
Check out the post below.