Ndamukong Suh is going all-in on Halloween with his family. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers cautious lineman and mate Katya are channeling a Disney classic for their family outfit with twin sons Kingston Rudolph Bongjo and Khari David Fombuh this year, they reveal exclusively to Individuals. “We have a 101 Dalmatians theme for our family outfit this year,” Katya tells Individuals.
“It was one of my favorite motion pictures growing up, and I love that I presently get to pass that along to the young fellows.”
Suh with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2021
|Born:||January 6, 1987
|Height:||6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)|
|Weight:||313 lb (142 kg)|
|High school:||Grant (Portland, Oregon)|
|NFL Draft:||2010 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2|
The family photographs show Katya tidied up as Cruella DeVille and Ndamukong as Roger Radcliffe, with Kingston and Khari as adorable Dalmatian youthful puppies.
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Ndamukong and Katya tell Individuals they’re enjoying getting their young fellows into the frightening season’s spirit.
“Kingston and Khari are still exorbitantly energetic to totally appreciate how genuinely we take Halloween in the Suh house, yet they watched a portion of their cousins prepare for going door to door asking for candy this year and you can see they partook in all the energy,” the NFL star tells Individuals.
Being a family that loves Halloween, the Suhs celebrate all season long, from unpleasant snacks to dreadful pieces of style in their home.
For Katya, experimenting with healthy snacks with her babies has been probably the best season of the season as yet.
“Leading up to Halloween, we’ve been having fun with a couple of themed healthy snacks like apples with cinnamon and ‘witches brushes’ using pretzels and string cheddar to create the brushes and giving the young fellows a couple of new surfaces to attempt,” Katya shares.
The Suhs celebrated Halloween with a party at their home with family, where Katya got creative with cocktails and kids’ drinks that fit their theme.
“With Kicks and Cocktails, I went all out on creating adult and adolescent very much disposed drinks for our family party.
I made jello skeleton heads and filled gloves with water to create ice hands,” she reveals.
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“We also got some gathering syringes and made ‘vampire blood’ for adults with various alcohols and a youth accommodating version with juices.”
Ndamukong and Katya — who announced their pregnancy news only with Individuals in December 2020 — met while at school at the School of Nebraska in 2009 and maintained a comfortable relationship and partnership from there, eventually moving in together in 2018.
After becoming engaged in spring 2019, the pair got the pack in May 2020 in what Katya called a “not-really traditional Coronavirus sweatpants-and-hoodie Zoom call wedding.”
Fall is an active season, especially for a NFL family, but the Suhs have made time for the minutes that matter most, like painting pumpkins with their twins.
“This was also the principal year we did pumpkins with the young fellows,” said Ndamukong. “We stayed with painting them, but we’ll take a stab at carving a couple of pumpkins when the young fellows get somewhat more established. The current second, we’re essentially enjoying starting all of these traditions as a family.”