Randolph Channing Crowder Jr., also known as Channing Crowder, a retired American professional football player, and his wife, Aja Crowder, welcome their third child, expanding their lovely family.
Blessed With The Third Child
Channing Crowder, the couple’s oldest son, was born in 2011. In 2013, they welcomed their daughter Ava Milan Crowder, who was born two years later. And in 2020, Chaz Lee Randolph Crowder, their third child, was born.
Aja Crowder, who is quite active on social media, frequent updates about the kids. She published a lot of information about her first two children, but she also made sure to inform her fans when she became pregnant with her third child.
On June 24, 2020, she finally made the major announcement of her third child by posting a series of images of her baby son, Chez, on her Instagram. The first one showed a black-and-white image of a father and son shaking fists, while later images provided brief views of Chez.
She accompanied the images with the statement,
Chaz Lee Randolph Crowder, my sweet boy, welcome to the world. On my birthday, I gave birth to you. You were born to me as a pandemic that was sweeping the globe was taking place. I have faith that things will improve by the time your feet touch the ground. You were built with more strength than most people.
Channing Crowder’s Decade-Long Marriage
After getting married in 2011, Crowder and Aja are still going strong and approaching their 11th anniversary. On her 2020 Valentine’s Day post, Aja said:
After three children and 11 years, you are still my dearest friend and my staunchest supporter. My favorite love story is ours. Greetings on Valentine’s Day to all! Continue to laugh and to love.
The Breaker’s Hotel hosted their opulent wedding, which featured gorgeous décor created by Always Flowers. Sara Renee Events handled the event preparation, and Alain Martinez Photography recorded lovely memories of the special occasion.
In addition, the family currently resides in Miami, Florida, with their children.
Who Is Channing Crowder?
Along with a strong family life, Crowder has a successful job. At 6 feet 2 inches tall, Crowder was a renowned linebacker for the Miami Dolphins.
2005 saw the start of his professional football career as he was selected by the NFL in the third round. Crowder, a linebacker for the Dolphins from 2006 until 2010, announced his retirement from football on August 9, 2011.
Given his contract with the Dolphins, he has most likely accumulated a sizable net worth over the course of his roughly six-year career as a football player.
In addition, Crowder has been a radio personality since he retired. He is presently Hochman and Crowder’s host on 560 WQAM.
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