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Toddlers Tebowing: Football Just Got a Whole Lot Cuter!

By babbleamy |

Sure, the Broncos may not be going to the Super Bowl, but that doesn’t seem to have slowed down the Tebowing craze that has caught on all over the country. If you avoid all things football and are confused by this whole “Tebowing” business, here’s a rundown:

Denver Broncos quarterback, Tim Tebow, has brought new meaning to the football phrase “take a knee.” Tebow is known, due to his strong religious beliefs, to kneel down at random times on the field with his fist to his forehead and pray. And now even tots are paying tribute to Tebow’s famous pose!

Read on after the jump to see some adorable toddlers Tebowing all over the world.

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Toddlers Tebowing — Football Just Got a Whole Lot Cuter


Is this little girl stumped? No, she's just Tebowing!

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Also on Babble: “The Road to the Baby Bowl” — adorable photos of tots in football gear!

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0 thoughts on “Toddlers Tebowing: Football Just Got a Whole Lot Cuter!

  1. Cherelynn says:

    Tebowing toddler! This photo is super cute-I love the footie pajamas! Way to go kid!

  2. Samira says:

    I’ve never watched football nor has my daughter but even she does this sometimes especially when its time for bed shell get down on her knee and rub her forehead then shell get up go to her crib and grab her blankie through the bars until I put her in bed didn’t know it was all over the world one day ill get pictures lol

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