In honor of Victoria and David Beckham and Jennie Finch and Casey Daigle announcing this week they are expecting children, here is a list of athletes' children that will one day be superstars in sports themselves.
There are plenty of athletes with kids and plenty of athlete couples that have had kids. Here are the rugrats that are destined to become the type of stadium-filling, cash-grabbing athletes that their parents are.
We know one thing for sure: this couple's kids are putting on skates. Kristi Yamaguchi is an Olympic gold medalist and Bret Hedican was U.S. National team hockey player.
Whether the kids learn triple Salchows or slap shots remains to be seen. With two daughters right now, this couple likely won't produce any hockey enforcers.
David and Victoria Beckham are expecting a fourth child. Their existing three sons' names (Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz) may be even more annoying than this couples antics. Wonder what they'll come up with this time around.
David is the most popular footballer to ever live, despite being nowhere near the top of the all-time list in greatness. He's got an other-worldly free kick and is a great playmaker for himself and teammates.
Okay, so Sasha Vujacic and Maria Sharapova don't have kids. And let's hope they keep it that way. Nobody wants a baby that never stops crying, huh Sasha?
Any kid of theirs will be athletic. It will also screech at a decibel only audible to dogs and will uncontrollably flop for fouls, no matter the sport.
LeBron James and high school sweetheart Savannah Brinson have two sons together. If any child of James' gets one tenth of his athleticism passed on, it will still have professional potential in multiple sports.
It's easy to see James as a superstar in several sports. Whatever sport James kids play, they would be wise to play outside of Cleveland.
Misti May-Treanor and Matt Treanor don't have any kids yet, but have publicly talked about starting a family.
Misty is a part of the most successful beach volleyball tandem ever, paired with Kerri Walsh. Matt is a catch in the MLB.
Aquib Talib and Cortney Jacobs had a daughter together while dating at the University of Kansas. Talib was an All-American corner and Jacobs was a track star.
Now Talib is one of the best young corners in the NFL. I'm going to go out on a limb and say their child is going to be fast. Really fast.
Antonio Cromartie has been busy this week calling Tom Brady dirty words. He's been busy earlier in his life doing the dirty deed. Cromartie has fathered seven children with multiple women.
Cromartie is using the shotgun approach in making a star athlete of the future. Eventually, he'll find the right combination.
Andre Agassi and Steffi Graff are two of the most successful tennis players in the game's history.
Their children are ingrained with quickness, agility and a killer backhand. It's their tough luck if they want to try a different sport.
Jennie Finch announced this week that she and husband Casey Daigle are expecting their first child. Finch, of course, is maybe the great pitcher in the history of softball. Daigle is a major league pitcher.
Which one throws faster is probably up for debate. Who knows if their kids will be able to hit, though.
Mia Hamm may be the greatest female soccer player to ever live. She's at least the greatest in American history. Nomar Garciaparra was an All-Star shortstop in his day.
The two have twin daughters. Can you see the United States' Women's midfield filled by a couple of Hamm-Garciaparras in about 15 years?