Steph Curry and His Precious Girls Are Cuter Than Ever in This Family Photo Shoot

Stephen Curry and his adorable family cover the June issue of Parents magazine, and the Golden State Warriors point guard and NBA MVP is all smiles in the photos alongside his wife, culinary star Ayesha Curry, and their daughters, Riley and Ryan; Riley, who skyrocketed to fame after accompanying her dad to many of his postgame press conferences last year, puts her personality on display while holding a tiny purse and jumping on the couch.

In their interview, Steph and Ayesha open up about their 3-year-old's newfound fame — Steph remarked, "If we go somewhere without her, the first question people ask us is, 'Where's Riley?'" — as well as what it's like to juggle two kids with their busy lifestyle (baby Ryan was born in July 2015). The couple also reveals whether or not they have plans for "a third little Curry." Look through to see the Curry family's cute photo shoot, then see more times that Steph's girls outshone him.

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Steph on staying connected with his girls when he's on the road: "FaceTime helps me a lot. I feel like I’m at home even though I’m not. My girls get to see me, and Riley is at the age where she asks where I am and when I’ll be back, counting down how many 'sleeps' until Daddy gets home."

Ayesha on the biggest surprise of becoming parents: "The amount of stuff you get done in a day is insane. Like, what were we doing with our time before kids? I feel like I should have invented something. [Laughter.] Also, it’s an event to get all four of us out of the house at once. When we get in the car and we’ve brought everything and everybody has socks on, it’s like a dream come true."

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Steph on the couple's pregame ritual: "We have matching tattoos. [Stephen lifts his sleeve and reveals a tattoo on his left tricep of two arrows pointing at each other.] This signifies that the past is behind us and the future is in front of us, so we stay in the middle, in the moment. I smack my tattoo and she does the same."

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Steph on Riley showing up at press conferences with him: "I have to walk past the family waiting room to get to the interview room, and Riley wanted to hang out with me. She had that look, like she wasn’t going to take no for an answer. So I said, 'all right, come with me.' She sat up there, and that’s when her personality shined bright. I tried my best to answer the questions even while feeling under the table and checking out of the corner of my eye — where is Riley? She’s got a great sense of humor. Now she’s the star of the family. If we go somewhere without her, the first question people ask us is, 'Where’s Riley?'"

Steph on if Riley understands her newfound fame: "No, she has no idea. . . But she is definitely aware of people taking pictures of her. That breaks my heart a little as a parent. She’ll put her hand up and be like, 'Mom, she’s trying to take a picture of me.' Then I give a look that says, 'Put your phone down.'"

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Ayesha on Steph as a dad: "The thing I love about him is that he’s not too cool for school. He’ll get down on the floor and play with the girls. He’ll put on dress‑up clothes if he has to, and he’s very patient, which is something I’m not. We balance each other out."

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Steph on having a third child: "We agreed to press pause and then reassess in a year or so."

Ayesha on having a third child: "He’d have three more kids right now if he could."