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Curry’s ‘Baby #3 Mood’: A cure for the Mondays (and just about everything else)

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At Casa Curry, it’s an everyday dance party.

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Stephen Curry with his pint-sized party animals following the Warriors’ 2017 NBA Finals win on Jun. 12, 2017 at Oracle Arena.
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Steph Curry isn’t just a basketball behemoth — he’s a flat-out joy monster, too. The dude gets what’s important in life and he ain’t afraid to show it.

From rocking out, full-heart, to the Moana and Frozen soundtracks in Carpool Karaoke ...

To literally dropping everything — at any time — to sing and/or shake his groove thang.

It makes since, therefore, that the master booty-shaker would employ the powers of song and dance to celebrate his joy over wife, Ayesha, being pregnant with the couple’s third child.

Five-year-old Riley Curry, known to be a bit of a wallflower ...

NOT!

... was really feeling the music there.

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Steph horns his way into Riley’s spotlight, cramps her style, on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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So, if you’re suffering from the doldrums of Monday — the peeling yourself out of bed earlier than your Super Bowl-hungover body would prefer, the return to work or school, the pile of too many tasks — do yourself a favor:

Drop everything and dance!

After all, it’s good for your health.

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Stephen Curry: footloose and fancy-free during Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Finals.
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