She's the former champion ironwoman who now relishes her full-time role as a mother to daughters Indi Rae, 11 months, and Ivy Mae, two.
And this was certainly evident in Candice Warner's latest snap, shared to Instagram on Thursday.
'Ivy is overcome with excitement,' the 31-year-old captioned the image, that saw the tot beaming in front of her new personalised backpack and other belongings.
'Ivy is overcome with excitement': Candice Warner, 31, took to Instagram on Thursday, sharing a precious snap of two-year-old daughter Ivy Mae, beaming in front of her new personalised backpack and lunch box
'Ivy is overcome with excitement as you can see,' Candice began the caption.
'It's not everyday that your name is on all your favourite things,' the proud mother continued.
The image shared with Candice's 99,200 Instagram followers saw Ivy Mae in a cute pink T-shirt and headband, beaming for the camera, surrounded by her new belongings.
The tot held onto a large pink backpack with her name emblazoned on the front, while a case and drink bottle were positioned on the family's dining table.
Too cute: Just one week prior, saw the personality sharing another image with Ivy Mae, while at Cricket Australia's traditional 'pink test' at the Sydney Cricket Ground, earlier this month
Precious: In another image, Ivy appeared more than happy to steal the limelight, giving a big thumbs up as she grinned to camera
Candice regularly shares precious snaps of family life to her Instagram account.
Just one week prior, saw the personality sharing another image with Ivy Mae, while at Cricket Australia's traditional 'pink test' at the Sydney Cricket Ground, earlier this month.
Ivy looked genuinely stunned as a Snapchat filter made her look like she was wearing a bright pink helmet.
The toddler clutched onto her famous mother's hand for the sweet moment.
Candice meanwhile looked beautiful in a pink lace frock, with her blonde locks swept behind her ears.
'Ivy getting into the spirit for @mcgrathfoundation pink day,' Candice wrote in the caption.
One social media user picked up on the link to her opening batsmen father, writing: 'Future little cricket star.'
In another image, Ivy appeared more than happy to steal the limelight, giving a big thumbs up as she grinned to camera.
Her little pink frock was accessorised with a matching bow and cute little cat badge.
'Thumbs up to the @mcgrathfoundation for all the amazing work they do,' Candice wrote in the caption.
Candice told the Daily Telegraph in December last year, that she is content with her new role as a full-time mother, having pressed pause on her sporting career as a professional ironwoman.
'I'm happy to take a back seat. I'm enjoying being a wife and mother,' she told the publication.
Candice has been a strong source of support for David over the years, in his successful sporting career.