Amy Schumer continues to be an open book about motherhood. From detailing her experience with hyperemesis gravidarum throughout pregnancy to showing off her post-baby bod in mesh hospital underwear, Amy has been open to the ups and downs of post-natal life.
Now it looks like all that detailed pregnancy sharing may have been for a very good cause. While nothing has been confirmed, Amy recently posted a picture on Instagram of herself and her son, Gene, saying, “Would anyone be interested in seeing a docu-series of my pregnancy and birth?”
It’s fair to say that people were very into the idea. In fact, more than 490,000 fans liked the post, with many commenting they’d love to see the doc.
“DUH GIRL,” said Snooki. “Yes!” said Glenn Close and Rosanna Arquette. “Yes!!!,” said one fan. “But only if it does not show you barfing.” (Fair).
Schumer also recently took to Instagram to share a big post-partum achievement: working out after a C-section. She shared a picture after she played doubles volleyball for an hour-and-a-half. In the post, she also recommended the book Trick Mirror, watching Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and “being a parent if you can. It’s nuts.”
Yes, Amy. Yes, it is nuts. But we love it. And it looks like you do, too.
Would you be here for an Amy Schumer documentary about her pregnancy? Sound off in the comments!
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