May 15, 2020
Amanda Kloots shared an adorable picture of herself and her son as the duo celebrated the waking of Elvis's dad from a medically induced coma.
Nick is awake! Amanda Kloots' husband is finally awake after being in a medically induced coma for over a month following a positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
Kloots, who has been sharing regular updates about her husband's health status, took to Instagram to post an adorable picture of her and their son to celebrate the great news. The duo was standing on either side of a railing, and they shared a sweet kiss while Elvis was on his tiptoes.
The mother of one was rocking an oversized, patterned blue shirt while her little one was wearing a long-sleeved T-Shirt and star-patterned bottoms along with a pair of green socks. The photo was captioned:
"Kisses for Dada! #nickiswoke (Photo cred @traveloutsidethebox) "
Many of her followers, who had been following her posts about Nick's health, expressed their delight in the comment section. Amanda previously shared the good news in a video which she posted on her Instagram story.
The 41-year-old Broadway star is still fragile and in the early stage of recovery, but he has been able to respond to commands, which gives a good indication of what his mental health is like.
"I asked him to look up, and he did, and I asked him to look down, and he did, So that was a fantastic Mother's Day gift..."
The fitness instructor missed her husband during his stay in the hospital as she is not allowed to visit him. The mother of one opened up about this with an open letter to her husband, which she shared on Instagram along with a photo of Cordero holding their 10-month-old baby, Elvis.
Amanda revealed that sometimes, she could not believe that all this was happening to her family, and she still expects him to walk in like everything was normal.
She misses doing many things with him, such as laughing, watching TV. Amanda has also missed her husband's gnocchi dinners and cannot wait until he is back home with her and Elvis.
Hopefully, Nick continues on his part to recovery and tests negative for COVID-19 very soon so he can reunite with his family.