Kylie Kelce’s little girl is growing up fast.
On Tuesday, the 31-year-old mom of three shared a heartwarming video on TikTok of her daughter Wyatt, 4, reading a book, set to Taylor Swift’s song “Never Grow Up.”
Wearing striped pajama pants and a Philadelphia Eagles sweatshirt, Wyatt looks lost in thought as she reads her book. The video then switches to footage of a much younger Wyatt as she reads a picture book by herself, wearing an Eagles long-sleeve shirt in support of dad Jason Kelce.
“If you’re gonna try to make a headline out of this, you better offer a suggestion of a better audio…because there isnt [sic] one. (Eagles gear was a happy accident.),” Kylie wrote in the caption of her video.
In addition to Wyatt, Kylie and Jason share daughters Bennett, 9 months, and Elliotte, 2.
In November, the mom of three shared a throwback picture of Wyatt and compared the snap to a current picture of Bennett.
“I just hit copy paste,” Kylie wrote over the picture of Bennett and Wyatt displaying the same beaming smiles. Kylie then shared the same snap alongside her daughter’s names to specify who was who.
In October, Kylie shared photos from Wyatt’s fourth birthday party, which featured a mermaid backdrop with colorful balloons and a board that read, “Wyatt Turns Four.”
“Happy Fourth Birthday to our sassy, opinionated, sweet, empathetic, and intelligent Wyatt,” Kylie’s caption read at the time.
Earlier this year, Jason opened up to PEOPLE about being a girl dad.
“I love all my girls,” he said. “Before I had children, I told myself if I ever have a daughter, I’m just going to treat them exactly the same as a son. I don’t think that you should treat kids necessarily different.”
“And then when I had a daughter, I was like, ‘I’m not going to spoil her, I’m going to raise her tough. She’s going to be hard.’ And the moment she came out, I was like, ‘Yeah, that’s not going to work.’”
The football player added that his two oldest girls are similar but different in unique ways, explaining that “Wyatt is headstrong and very opinionated” while Elliotte “is more go with the flow, kind of just following her big sister.”