Russell Wilson Helps Ciara Breastfeed in Sweet Car Ride Video: ‘Don’t Drop the Milk’

The couple welcomed their newest addition, daughter Amora, in December

<p>Ciara/ Instagram; Momodu Mansaray/WireImage</p> Ciara and Russell Wilson and their newborn daughter, Amora

Ciara/ Instagram; Momodu Mansaray/WireImage

Ciara and Russell Wilson and their newborn daughter, Amora

Russell Wilson is scoring some major points in the parenting department.

In a sweet video Ciara shared on her Instagram Story on Wednesday, the quarterback, 35, was delicately balancing a pouch of breastmilk in his hands while the couple rode in a car.

“Okay, babe, what did you say?” Ciara, 38, asked her husband in the video.

“Don’t drop the milk,” Wilson replied, which made the singer laugh. “Don’t drop it.”

She wrote atop the video, “Babe helping me :) when breastfeeding is life!”

Wilson reposted it on his Instagram Story, too, adding a “❤️” over the video and writing, “Don’t. Drop. The Milk. 😂”

Related: Ciara Shares Video of Russell Wilson Rocking Baby Daughter to Sleep Before Their ‘Date Night’

<p>Russell Wilson/Instagram</p> Russell Wilson's repost of Ciara's Instagram Story

Russell Wilson/Instagram

Russell Wilson's repost of Ciara's Instagram Story

The precious cargo the NFL player was so eager to protect is for the couple’s newest addition, daughter Amora Princess Wilson, who was born in December. They announced her birth on Instagram hours later, sharing her name and weight and writing, “We Love You so much!”

Amora joins older sister Sienna, 6, and brother Win Harrison, 3. Ciara is also mom to son Future Zahir, 9, whom she shares with rapper ex Future.

A source previously told PEOPLE that the singer “loves being a mother,” so she’s thrilled at the expansion of her family. “This is what she has always wanted, and Russ too. They've always wanted a lot of kids."

<p>Ciara/Instagram</p> Ciara shares a cute look at her newborn daughter, Amora


Ciara shares a cute look at her newborn daughter, Amora

After welcoming Amora at the end of last year, Ciara reflected on what she called a “9-year photo project” on Instagram as she shared a video that featured a new family photo of her, Wilson and their kids, as well as some throwback photos taken after she welcomed each of her subsequent children after Future Zahir.

“How it started…How’s it’s going!” Ciara wrote in the caption. “Mommy’s 9-year photo project! I’m so grateful 🖤.”

Wilson reposted the clip on his Instagram, writing, “Truly Blessed 🙏🏾. Our family continues to grow @ciara.”

Related: Russell Wilson Shares Photo of Ciara Cradling Baby Amora: 'The Most Beautiful View' 

Having a busy, kid-filled house is a dream come true for the pair, who wed in 2016, as they previously said it meant “nonstop entertainment.”

“These kids are funny. Our kids are really hilarious, and obviously the older they get, the more they think they know,” Ciara told PEOPLE in 2022.

Win, who was 19 months old at the time, was “leading the charge” of the kids running the house, she said. "They say the third baby kind of moves or learns the quickest because they're trying to keep up with their siblings, and he's on it.”

<p>Jamie McCarthy/WireImage</p> Russell Wilson and Ciara attend the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Jamie McCarthy/WireImage

Russell Wilson and Ciara attend the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Wilson — who was cut from the Denver Broncos and became a free agent earlier this month — recently opened up about his life as both a father and a step-father, as he admitted that the notion of starting a relationship with Ciara when she was already a mother was “not scary” but, rather, “an opportunity.”

“Like, 'Okay God, this is what you want me to do?’ Stepping in to raise a child with [Ciara] and realizing, ‘Okay God, I know she's the one for me.’ But also, too, I'm gonna take this responsibility as well,” he told I AM ATHLETE.

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“When you’re raising children … you’ve got to love every single child as if they’re yours,” he continued. “That's been the greatest gift of raising Future, Sienna, Win and now Amora. It’s like, man, God gave me that opportunity to raise them and to love them and to care for them … And there's no difference.”

Of life now as a father of four, he said, “I think to me it's the greatest gift, knowing that that's the responsibility to raise these four beautiful children."

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