The model, who is the girlfriend of late Oregon football star Spencer Webb, welcomed her son in March
Kelly Kay is celebrating the spooky season with her son.
On Wednesday, the model — who is also the girlfriend of late college football player Spencer Webb — shared a few photos of her Halloween festivities with her 7-month-old son, Spencer. Kay dressed as a black widow, wearing black lipstick and lacy web tights, while her son wore a fuzzy spider costume.
"A black widow and her spider 🕷️🕸️," the proud mom wrote in her caption of her Instagram post.
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In April, Kay shared why she decided to honor Webb by naming their son Spider — the football players' college nickname — and not the athlete's actual moniker.
Just one week before Kay learned of her pregnancy news, Webb died at age 22 in a rock-sliding accident. Kay was at the scene of the accident and told PEOPLE her boyfriend "passed away in my arms."
Throughout her pregnancy, Kay said she was already referring to her little one as "baby Spider."
"I talked to his best friends about it and I didn't want to name him Spencer Jr. because I believe that Spencer is Spencer and that is his name and I don't want to take that away from him," she explained. "I think it would also be too hard on me to call him Spencer. So I was like, let's call him Spider. That's a badass name. That was his dad's nickname. It's still honoring him."
"I think in today's day and age of naming your kid, it's more acceptable to name them whatever you want. I just thought it fit perfectly. And so I talked to his friends about it and we agreed that that's what we were going to do and here we are," she added.
She also said that she plans to continue to keep Webb's memory alive as much as possible.
"We have pictures all over the house. We have so much memorabilia. And as he grows up, he will always grow up knowing who his dad is."
"I hope to send him to Oregon, and I know he is going to be D1. He's already nonstop," Kay said with a laugh. "We're both very athletic people. [I hope to] send him to football and just follow in Spencer's footsteps as much as I can."
"Even though his son and I are starting this new life with some trials and tribulations, we're going to make sure to live through Spencer's strength and guidance to make him proud."
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