Ayesha Curry And Steph Curry Are Pregnant With Baby No. 4

Ayesha shared the news while posing on the cover of her online magazine, Sweet July.

Ayesha Curry and Steph Curry's family is about to get bigger!

To promote her online magazine, Sweet July's first digital issue, Ayesha graced the cover with her growing bump on display, sharing news of her fourth pregnancy. On the cover, Ayesha is captured sitting across three brown wooden chairs that are draped with an orange piece of fabric. With her hair pulled away from her face, she rocks a white crop top, matching footwear, and an unbuttoned brown blazer that exposes her midsection.

While cradling her baby bump, Ayesha confidently serves boss vibes while peering at the camera. 

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At one time, she and Steph thought their family of five was complete. 

"For so many years, Stephen and I thought we were done. We said, “Three, that’s it, we’re not doing this again.” And then, last year, we looked at each other and agreed we wanted to do this again," said Ayesha. "For me, the decision came from always finding myself looking around and feeling like somebody was missing."

She continued, "I’m still taking in all the changes with this fourth pregnancy," while adding, "But one of the biggest differences is a new understanding that this really does pass by in the blink of an eye. And in the blink of an eye, it could also all be taken away. That’s encouraged me to slow down and take in every single little thing—especially with it being my last pregnancy."

The doting couple are currently parents to daughters Riley, 11, and Ryan, 8, and son Canon, 5.

Throughout her motherhood journey, Ayesha said she's grasped tokens of wisdom along the way that have helped her rely on her intuition.

"In all the noise, what I’ve learned about motherhood is that you truly need to trust yourself. You can read a million books and take 1,000 classes, but the most important thing is your maternal instinct," she elaborated. "You’re always going to know what’s best for you and your child. And no one’s situation is the same. The same way we’re unique individuals, we have unique parenting styles."

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She also acknowledged the importance of having a supportive community during all phases of life.

"I know I can’t do this alone—it truly takes a village. It takes a solid core group of people around you to get the job done, whether it’s raising a child, building a business or even—especially these days—preparing a meal."

But there were moments in past when Ayesha rejected that perspective, admitting, "I didn’t always want the village. I was really stubborn in my earlier pregnancies. And that hurt me in the end. It made things really hard on me," she explained. "I had to learn to put my pride aside and realize it was okay to take help, to have people around me help and to not shy away from it. And I’m still trying to figure out what building my village looks like."

As she takes steps to discover what her needs are, she identifies that her village includes "my relationship to God" and" my relationship with myself. 

"I’m also very conscious about how I speak to and view myself. Gratitude has been prime. I’m constantly reminding myself that it’s okay to rest. I’m making it a point to sleep unapologetically. I’ve made it a point to not be hard on myself. This time around, I’m giving myself grace."

Ayesha also said she spends time talking to the baby while making "a conscious effort to be more positive with all of my children. Your kids really are a reflection of you."

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