Chris Pratt’s Wife Katherine Schwarzenegger’s Childhood Trophies: What Should Parents Do With Them?

Chris Pratt, the beloved actor known for his roles in Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World, has revealed a surprising secret about his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt’s childhood. In an Instagram post, Pratt shared some adorable pictures of Katherine with her collection of childhood trophies.

According to Pratt, his mother-in-law, Maria Shriver, has been holding on to these special items for years. Pratt jokingly remarked, “I cannot say how proud I am of my wife for being a fourth-grade problem-solving superstar. There’s also a trophy for ‘most improved two-year-old’ in swim class. Wow!!”

However, Pratt couldn’t resist delivering a punchline, pointing out that Katherine was the only 2-year-old in that swim class. “Hey, still counts for something!” he quipped.

Pratt expressed his gratitude towards Maria for storing these childhood mementos and said, “To pray one day that your children will look back on their childhood with glee is a blessing. It is the hope of parenthood.” The pictures show Katherine beaming with joy, a testament to the sentimental value of these trophies.

This revelation has sparked a debate among fans and followers. What should one do with childhood trophies once the child has grown up? Pratt humorously asked, “Real talk… once your kid goes through the stuff, is it okay to toss? I mean… do we need the ‘I was on a sports team trophy?'”

Pratt, who is a father of three, has a 10-year-old son named Jack with his ex-wife Anna Faris, and shares 3-year-old Lyla and 1-year-old Eloise with Katherine. With three kids and more milestones to come, Pratt will likely need to address this trophy dilemma sooner rather than later.

As the comments flooded in, fans eagerly shared their thoughts on the trophy debate. It’s clear that this topic strikes a chord with many. So, let the debate begin!

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