Allison Holker Dances with Kids Zaia and Maddox in Sweet Video for National Dance Day

The video comes less than a month after the pro dancer shared her first dance video since the death of her husband, Stephen "tWitch" Boss

<p>Alison Holker/Instagram</p> Allison Holker dances with kids Zaia and Maddox to celebrate National Dance Day on Sept. 16.

Alison Holker/Instagram

Allison Holker dances with kids Zaia and Maddox to celebrate National Dance Day on Sept. 16.

Allison Holker is celebrating National Dance Day with her kids.

On Saturday, the professional dancer honored the holiday with a video of herself dancing with her daughter Zaia, 3, and son Maddox, 7, both dressed in Spider-Man costumes, to Doja Cat’s song “Paint the Town Red."

In the video — which Holker, 35, captioned, “Dancing with my loves for national dance day!!” — Zaia dances with her mom and older brother briefly before wandering off screen.

Maddox and Holker, however, continue to energetically dance throughout the sweet video, smiling and showing off their moves to the song’s chorus.

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Several people commended the family for their moves, commenting things like “Let’s Gooooo😍🤎🕸️🕷️,” and “Awww love this!!”

Other users pointed out Maddox’s resemblance to his late father, Stephen "tWitch" Boss, and still others complimented the kids’ superhero outfits.

“Go babies! Dance. Dance, Dance!” one person said. “Love the matching Spidey costumes!”

Another commenter directed praise at Holker, writing “You are such an amazing mother, a strong woman, and a beautiful soul! Keep killin it, Mama!❤️❤️❤️”

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As the mother-son duo dances in the clip, the family’s dog, Luna, watches them intently from the background — which also prompted several funny comments.

“The dancing is awesome but the dog watching is killing me with all the cuteness 😂,” one commenter said, and another wrote: “The dog is just chillin lol 😂❤️.”

Holker’s National Dance Day video comes less than a month after she shared her first dance video since her husband's death last year.

In August, the mother of three shared a video of herself and her eldest child, Weslie, 15, dancing to Missy Elliott’s song “Bomb Intro/Pass That Dutch” together.

“Truly felt so good to dance again,” Holker wrote in the caption of the video.

She continued, “I was overwhelmed with so many emotions. I was both scared and excited. But dance has always been there for me … even now and I am so grateful for that. And thank you @bperryrussell for making it so fun and making me feel safe!”

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Boss died by suicide last December, Holker confirmed to PEOPLE. He was 40 years old.

“He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans," she shared in a statement at the time.

<p>Alison Holker/Instagram</p> Allison Holker and her children Weslie, Zaia and Maddox.

Alison Holker/Instagram

Allison Holker and her children Weslie, Zaia and Maddox.

Holker and Boss first met in 2010 on So You Think You Can Dance and said “I do” three years later. Holker was already mom to Weslie, whom Boss adopted, and the couple went on to welcome Maddox and Zaia in 2016 and 2019, respectively.

Related: Allison Holker Boss Opens Up for the First Time After tWitch's Death: 'He Wanted to Be Everyone's Superman'

In a May 2023 interview, Holker spoke with PEOPLE about how she and her kids have supported each other in the months following their father's death.

“I always want to make sure that they see me really strong for them, but it's been amazing to see that my kids are also there for me now," she said.

She also said that the kids still feel connected to their dad, and now believe he is among the stars.

"So we go out there, and we talk to him. I've told them if they ever need him, he's always listening. He's guiding and he's protecting,” she said, adding that the family can “still feel his presence with us.”

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