Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn are creating their own little modern family. The couple was spotted taking Woods' two kids with ex-wife Elin Nordegren -- Sam, 5, and Charlie, 4 -- to school on Tuesday, May 21, in North Palm Beach, Fla.
The athletic pair, who announced their dating status via Facebook this past March, kept stoic expressions on their faces as they marched the two youngsters into school without much fanfare. Just one day earlier, Vonn, 28, took her beau's kids to school solo, with a lunch pail and a brown sack lunch in hand.
Sam wore a school uniform of a red polo and khaki skirt, and Charlie (with a bright yellow balloon in hand) wore a navy-and-white striped polo shirt for their happy jaunt to school.
On Tuesday, the pro golfer stepped out in head-to-toe Nike gear -- a white backwards baseball cap, dark blue T-shirt and silver gym shorts. Vonn kept her look sporty as well, wearing a bright pink athletic jacket and black warmup pants.
Woods, 37, has not been shy about his romance with Vonn. Just last week, the pair enjoyed themselves at Woods' annual Tiger's Poker Night at Moorea Beach Club Beachside Casino at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Incidentally, the pair had initially met at the same event just one year earlier.
"The girls at Tiger Jam!" Vonn tweeted that evening, along with a shot of herself, sister Karin Kildow, and two pals just outside the venue.
Earlier that week, Vonn and Woods also spent time with the kids aboard Woods' multi-million dollar yacht, Privacy, stripping down to their swimming gear as Sam and Charlie fished off the side of the ship.
"Tiger is winning right now. He is back on top," a source told Us Weekly of the pair's romance. "Everyone thinks that Lindsey is good for him. …They understand each other. They are both athletes. They have the same lifestyle, the same pressure. Lindsey gets it."
Nordegren, meanwhile, has also moved on with her love life, and is reportedly dating coal billionaire Chris Cline. The pair have not yet been photographed together.