Since having her first child, Amy Schumer has been open about her experience postpartum, from sharing images of herself in the oh-so-flattering mesh hospital underwear and a note to her fans saying “sorry, not sorry” for talking candidly about her c-section. Most recently, Amy shared an adorable video of her two-month-old son, Gene, cuddling with her sister, Kim Caramele. She captioned the video, “When your sister becomes ‘Aunt Kim.’”
Watch the adorable clip below.
In addition to being an auntie to Gene, Kim, a comedy writer, helped Amy Schumer throughout her difficult pregnancy. Amy shared her gratitude on Instagram in the New Year, saying, “What would we be without our friends? Nothin. Here is my sister tying my dumb shoe. Women, we are amazing and our love for each other is so deep. Let’s continue to link arms this year and move forward. All of us.”
Amy’s fans loved the video of Kim and Gene, with many sharing their own lovely experiences being an aunt. Celeb fans @alifedotowsky said, “Oh my gosh I remember being an aunt for the first time and it was the most magical thing ever!” and @kimberlywilliamspaisley said, “I’m an Aunt Kim too! #werock.”
It’s not the first time Amy has shared behind-the-scenes shots of her family with baby Gene. After giving birth, Amy posted an image of herself in a hospital gown, holding onto an IV while her sister-in-law held her baby. She captioned the image, “Milf alert 1 o’clock.”
Amy and her husband, Chris Fischer, welcomed Gene to the world on May 6.
Stay tuned for more candid updates from the always entertaining and relatable Amy Schumer, baby Gene, and Aunt Kim!
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