October 01, 2019
Andy Cohen shared a sweet picture of him and his seven-month-old son, Ben, taking a dip in the pool. They are the most adorable father-son duo!
Andy Cohen took to Instagram yesterday, to share an adorable snapshot of him and seven-month-old Benjamin Allen Cohen taking a dip in the pool.
The loving dad was pictured holding up a dripping and giggling baby Ben, who was welcomed through surrogacy on February 4, as reported by Daily Mail.
The "Watch What Happens Live" host captioned the snapshot, "Endless Summer! ☀️?".
The cute picture has since gotten over a hundred thousand likes and over a thousand comments from friends and fans.
Celebrity filmmaker, Dustin Lance Black commented, "Future" and tagged his spouse, Tom Daley.
Dustin Lance Black's comment on Andy Cohen's post. | Source: instagram.com/bravoandy
Another user expressed love for the baby, writing, "Awww, he's getting so big! ❤"
"Omg so cute!! You are both smiling!!!!",another user commented.
All round, there was a lot of heart emojis flying around from fans and friends to express how much they loved Andy’s adorable mini-me!
Andy Cohen attends the 2017 NBCUniversal Upfront at Radio City Music Hall. | Source: Getty Images
He recounted his delivery room experience and revealed he cut the umbilical cord himself.
“He was so alert for the first two hours. His eyes were wide open. He didn’t cry; he was just calm, Cohen recalled.”
The Bravo TV personality, however, faced backlash from internet users he tagged "Momsplainers" when he began posting pictures of his baby on Instagram. His first baby post was an introductory snapshot that was captioned:
"This is my son, Benjamin Allen Cohen He is 9 lbs 2 ounces !! 20 inches !! Born at 6:35 pm, PT."
The grinning dad was pictured with baby Ben snuggled up on his chest, and the image had over a million likes and several thousand comments of "oohs, aahs and awwws."
However, there were other pictures that he posted that had harsh comments from critics who felt Cohen wasn't capable of handling baby Ben right, according to the New York Times.
The single father, however, had the perfect response for critics on social media when he became tired of the "dad shaming."
Despite getting so much criticism and backlash, it is impressive to see the proud father doing all he can to show the world that he can make his baby happy and giggly.