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This Sunday marks Eli Manningâs second Fatherâs Day with his 14-month-old daughter Ava. The two will be throwing out the first pitch at the upcoming New York Mets vs. Cincinnati Reds game at Citifield in Queens, N.Y. The Giants Quarterback chats with Parade.com about the joys of fatherhood and his hopes for more children.
On his daughterâs arm, her first words: âSheâs 14 months so sheâs still working on her throwing motion a little bit. She does like playing with footballs, basketballs, and baseballs. One of her first words was âballs.â And of course I have a lot of footballs around the house so sheâs often picking those up and throwing them. Itâs kind of a two-handed toss right now, as expected. Itâll be interesting on Sunday when I throw out the first pitch and I have a baseball in my hand. Sheâll probably ask for it and want to hold on to it and give it a throw. Weâll see how it all works out!â
On having more children: âYeah, thatâs in the future plans. We havenât quite timed it all out but we definitely want to have more kids down the road.â
On fatherhood: âI donât think you can truly know how itâs going to change your life or how youâre going to feel. You love your child and just have so many emotions, like coming home at the end of every day and right when I walk in the door I immediately drop everything and look for her, hoping that sheâs not taking a nap or sleeping. That you get to run around and play with her a little bit. Thatâs one of the most exciting things.â