VIDEO: The Blackhawks have incredibly adorable babies
There are a lot of babies around the Blackhawks these days and that led to some incredibly adorable photos including one of Colton Keith and Carter Seabrook together.
Here's your daily dose of adorable, courtesy of Chicago Blackhawks, their wives and their young children. We dare you not to say "awwww!"
The Blackhawks have seen their own version of a baby boom in the last couple of years as there are eight children of players on the team that are three years old or younger and two more are expected.
That led Chicago Parent to profile the wives of Blackhawks players Brent Seabrook, Patrick Sharp, Duncan Keith, Sheldon Brookbank, Marian Hossa, Michal Handzus and Niklas Hjalmarsson with their babies and the cuteness meters are off the charts.
Take, for example, this shot of defensive partners Keith and Seabrook's babies.
With that photo, Blackhawks fans everywhere envision a Keith-Seabrook tandem on the ice every year for the next four decades. It could happen, Kelly-Rae Keith told Chicago Parent that son Colton (8 months) is more than welcome to play hockey some day.
Well, his dad is definitely all for him being a hockey player! But he's just kidding, whatever Colton wants to do. I think he's got good genes in him that there's a good chance he will be an athlete. Whatever sport he chooses, we'll be happy.
If this all wasn't enough adorable for you, just check out the photo gallery (you're missing out if you don't) posted by the Blackhawks from the magazine photo shoot. It will brighten your day, guaranteed.
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