For Jeter, it's once a girl dad, always a girl dad
Derek Jeter has been known to go all out while spending time with his three daughters
Derek and wife Hannah Davis Jeter welcomed a little boy, son Kaius, last spring
The private couple previously told PEOPLE they enjoy being as hands-on as possible with their four kids
Derek Jeter may have added a little boy to his brood, but he's still a girl dad at heart.
The retired MLB star and sportscaster, 49, shared a new photo of himself on Instagram where he's proudly wearing a face full of face paint. The impressive design features colorful streaks that serve as wings to a unicorn, drawn on the former shortstop's forehead.
"Couldn’t avoid it!" he captioned the photo, as commenters related to the moment.
"Gotta love being a girl dad," former MLB alum Johnny Damon commented.
"Best girl dad ever!!!" sister Sharlee Jeter chimed in.
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The five-time World Series champion shares son Kaius Green, 8 months, and daughters River Rose, 21 months, Story Grey, who turns 5 later this month, and Bella Raine, 6½, with his wife of seven years, Hannah Davis Jeter.
Speaking with PEOPLE after settling into his family of six, Derek shared that his crew spent the summer enjoying time together and settling into their new normal.
"We took all of our kids on their first trip to Cooperstown. It was her idea to bring all four of them," he laughed. "So that was our first trip with all of us together. And then we were in — I'm doing some work with Fox Sports, so we took our oldest girls to London to cover a London game this summer."
The family prides itself in staying positive and keeping the good times rolling through the "controlled chaos" that is raising four kids.
"I don't even know if you can say it's controlled chaos. It's just chaotic. We like to spend a lot of a lot of time with our kids, obviously, and then we try to take our time together," Derek told PEOPLE. "And then you also have to try to find time for yourself. That's how I think you keep your sanity. I don't think there's an easy answer to it. It's probably different for every person."
Agreeing, Hannah added, "We obviously do a lot with our kids and that's sort of the center of our lives. So to just get away from that a little once in a while is nice. Then you can really appreciate it, even when you're in the thick of things."
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