Dakota Chapman’s Son Asher Smiles for the Camera on His Half-Birthday (Photo)
Dakota Chapman, 24, is the definition of a doting dad and his Instagram posts prove it. He has flooded his timeline with adorable pics of his son and fans can't get enough of the sweet boy.
The grandson of Duane 'Dog' Chapman and Beth Chapman, Dakota Chapman is a proud father. His son, Asher, was born while the late Beth Chapman was still alive.
She had been super excited to meet the "new Generation Of Chapman’s." The little boy, who was born five weeks early met his great grandmother before she passed.
At the time, Beth predicted that Dakota would make "an amazing father" and he seems to be proving her right. Unfortunately, she passed away before seeing little Asher's 6 month birthday.
Even though Beth would not see it, Dakota's girlfriend, Cheryl documented the milestone. She took to Instagram to share an adorable picture of Asher.
The little boy grinned happily at the camera while sitting up. He wore cute navy blue grower with white alligator print.
Fans were blown away by the sweet picture. They immediately took to the comments section to praise the little boy and comment on how quickly he was growing up.
Asher was born on January 25, 2019. Dakota took to Instagram to share his feelings and the news of his son's birth writing:
"My beautiful son...words can't express how much I love you. You are absolutely precious and perfect in every way your daddy loves you so so so much you have changed my world. Nothing more powerful than the mana me and you share as you lay on my chest and we become one."
Fans cannot agree more with that little Asher is extremely precious and perfect. Little Asher is also Leland Chapman's first grandchild.
Dakota is Leland Chapman and Maui Chapman's eldest son. The couple has two younger children named Leiah Breanna Chapman and Cobie Chapman.
After Beth passed away, Leland was one of the Chapman family members to open up about the tragedy. He revealed that they had returned to work without his mother and noticed some major differences.
"I've already noticed the difference," Leland said. "We've only been out for one day. And you know I was thinking to myself, man, if Beth was here, she would be yelling, 'Come on, let's go already,' telling my dad, 'Shut up, you talk too much. Let's go.' You know what I mean? ... There's definitely a different aspect around."