Steph, Ayesha Curry Welcome Son Canon W. Jack

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Stephen "Steph" and Ayesha Curry have announced the birth of their first son.

Ayesha Curry has been open about how her third pregnancy was a bit hard. "I'm bless! Canon W. Jack Curry".

His name is Canon W. Jack Curry and he was born a few weeks before Ayesha was due, surprising the family.

His wife Ayesha, host of "Ayesha's Home Kitchen", wrote in a caption on Instagram, "My heart is FULL".

Steph shared a different, color photo of Canon with the message, "On this journey, on this quest. protect me".

The Currys met in a youth group at Charlotte's Central Church of God and dated several years before marrying in July 2011. I've heard stories on both ends of finding out early, finding out when the baby was born.

Because of this, despite how busy Ayesha typically is with her cookbook, cook show, kitchenware and various appearances, she's had to really take it easy and couldn't work much during this pregnancy. I have what docs call Hyperemesis.

"The only silver linings here are that my itty-bitty baby is healthy and Princess Kate has suffered from the same condition during her pregnancies".

And there could be more Curry kids in their future. Canon arrived early, Ayesha Curry said.

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