“E is for Elephant 🐘,” Cheyenne wrote in the caption.
Ryder looked adorable in grey leggings, a white tutu, and a grey t-shirt. The five-year-old completed the look with an elephant trunk, elephant ears, and a little pin-on tail.
It is unclear if Ryder was dressed up for a special occasion or dressing up for fun.
Cheyenne’s Followers Share Their Thoughts on the Costume
Cheyenne’s followers gushed over Ryder’s elephant ensemble in the comment section.
“😍RYDER IS SOOO ADORABLE 😍,” one Instagram user wrote.
“This is just too freaking precious. Ry’s personality is everything. Great job🐘💯😍,” another follower commented.
“Ryder is so cute. Always so happy and full of life 😍,” a third user added.
“Nailed it! 🐘,” a fourth user chimed in.
“The cutest little elephant,” a fifth user wrote
Ryder Graduates Preschool
Cory shared details about the party on his Instagram story, telling fans that Ryder’s school throws a dance party for the graduates.
“Ms. Ryder K has [preschool] graduation, and they like to call it prom, so Ryder is going to her first dance. I had to get her some flowers. We’re about to have some fun,” he said.
According to The Sun, the MTV star then showed Ryder’s crew, which included Cory, Cheyenne, and Cheyenne’s fiance Zach Davis, heading to the event on a party bus.
In a separate post, Cory shared a photo of Ryder hanging out on the bus looking glamorous. The little graduate wore a light pink dress for the event.
“You look so pretty,” Cory said to Ryder, to which she replied, “I know.”
Cory Wharton on the Importance of Representation
Cory Wharton opened up about the importance of representation during a guest appearance on the Bachelor Nation podcast “Talking It Out” in February 2021.
“The Challenge” alum spoke candidly about his experience being a part of the “Teen Mom” franchise, telling hosts Mike Johnson and Bryan Abasolo that his family provided a dynamic the show was missing.
“They needed us on the show,” he said. “Our dynamic and our story was very crucial to what the franchise was trying to do at the time. They didn’t have any black families on the show, and not only, that but a black family seen in a positive light was major for them.”
Cory told the hosts that he and Cheyenne pitched their story to “Teen Mom” producers.
“We told them what we could bring to the network and what dynamic we bring, they were sold. They were like, ‘We [would] love to have you on the show.”
You can catch up on old episodes of “Teen Mom OG” and “Teen Mom 2” on Philo.