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Anthony Minichiello is loving spending more time at home. 

The former NRL superstar has shared a beautiful new photo of his wife Terry Biviano and daughter Azura enjoying a Sunday snooze, posting on Instagram:

Sunday arvo naps #mygirls #myloves #family #naptime@terrybiviano”

After a long and successful career, Minichiello retired from professional football last month, and was keen to include his 11-month-old daughter in his farewell celebrations, posting:

Great moment walking my little girl around the field one last time #NRLGrandFinal #special #retirement”

In August, Minichiello was nominated for Sports Dad of the Year, and it looks like Azura couldn’t have been happier about it:

My little girl…happy with her pic. Excited to be nominated for Phillips Sports Dad of the Year vote at sportsdads.com.au closing Tuesday. Thanks for the support! #Phillips #SportsDadoftheyear #fathersday@terrybiviano”

For the former Rooster’s player, family is the most important part of life, with the star posting:

Even though it was a tough loss last night it’s always great to have my girls beside me supporting me to celebrate my #300 #familylove #support #memories #special #notdoneyet¬†@terrybiviano”

What is your favourite thing to do with your family on Sundays?

Main image courtesy of Instagram
  • We love going to brunch and a play in the park on Sundays.

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  • I bet baby Azura’s wardrobe is A-mazing!

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  • yeah they sure are a good looking family.

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  • these photos are so cute! i love it!

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  • Such a Good looking Family : )

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  • Oh those eyes. What a little sweetie Azura is.

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  • Relax or go shopping then baked dinner

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  • this is so cute and what a family man

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  • aaww….what a little cutie.
    How lovely it is to have such a proud daddy who wants to share photos of his kids with the world.

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  • What a sweet little girl she is adorable picture of her holding up the newspaper love it

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  • just being together it does not matter what we do

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  • Sundays are family focused; pancakes cooked by daddy for breakfast, then a drive in the country somewhere new, a picnic by the river, simple things but treasured moments, nonetheless

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  • We go to church on Sundays and have family time afterwards e.g. picnic, swimming, playing at the park, gardening, relaxing.

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  • Gorgeous photos – thanks for sharing

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  • Sundays are our family day were we take the kids out somewhere, have lunch & just spend it together

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