Amy Schumer is one proud mama! The I Feel Pretty actress recently shared footage of her 10-month-old son Gene Attell walking on his own.
Amy shared the milestone video with the caption, “Nailing it,” on Instagram. Fans were thrilled to see little Gene walking in the park with support from his dad, Chris Fischer. The family dog was also on-hand for moral support.
The comedian has kept it real with her fans when it comes to parenting. From fertility treatments to breastfeeding, Amy hasn’t sugarcoated how challenging motherhood can be.
Amy Schumer Shares Video of 10-Month-Old Son Taking Some of His First Steps
The hilarious mom also summed up how we’re all feeling about the current lockdown many of us are in. In a new “very chill” video, Amy can be seen frantically foam rolling and sourcing new recipes, before becoming completely exhausted and passing out on the floor.
Not only is Amy keeping us all laughing during these challenging times, but she’s also reminding us to properly wash our hands with adorable photos of baby Gene. “Have a good weekend and sing 2 verses of happy birthday when you wash your hands,” shared the mom-of-one.
The Trainwreck star is also enjoying delicious recipes from her husband’s new cookbook while social distancing. “If you’re feeling like making some new recipes while you’re locked down, I highly recommend Chris Fischer’s cookbook #beetlebungfarmcookbook on Amazon.”
It’s about growing up on a farm on Martha’s Vineyard. My fav recipes are the black and blue pie from his sweet Grandma and the crack rice! He’s my favorite chef of all time and also my husband,” Amy continued. Hopefully, Amy will continue to provide the gift of laughter to us all in the coming weeks!
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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