John Stamos and His Wife Caitlin McHugh Pose with Their Little Son Billy Ahead of Father's Day
John Stamos warmed his social media timeline with enchanting snapshots of his family members as they anticipate Father's Day.
Movie star John Stamos is in awe of Fatherhood, and he made it known in a sweet Instagram post. Stamos showed off his wife and their adorable son as he penned his thoughtful tribute to fathers.
STAMOS HAS A MESSAGE FOR DADS
The first photo showed the Stamos holding up his toddler son as they shared a big smile. While Stamos rocked a black shirt, his cute son was dressed in a grey shirt and white jeans. In the second photo, the "Full House" actor sat with his wife and kid while all flashed, knowing smiles. He captioned the post:
"Fatherhood is the best thing to ever happen to me. In honor of my father and all the dads out there…"
The doting dad continued his caption by letting his followers know that they could order gifts in advance and have them delivered on Father's Day.
Many Instagram users cheered the star dad as they gushed over his loved ones. Someone admired: "Fatherhood sure looks good on you, friend!" Many others fawned over his charming son.
A FIRST-TIME DAD
It was a joyous affair for the "ER" star and his wife, Caitlin, when in 2018, they welcomed their first child. Stamos named his son, Billy, after his late dad, who passed on in 1998. Even now that Stamos' father is dead, the Hollywood star keeps being in awe.
This particular episode was unique to the devoted dad.
He once said in an interview that although it's sad that his parents aren't here, he is grateful to his wife who allowed them name their son after his late dad. John Stamos added that his son reminds him of his late father. The award-winning actor also wished to live up to expectations and carry on the late Billy's legacy.
EDUCATING LITTLE BILLY
These days, John Stamos is working towards giving his son lessons on racism. On Instagram, Stamos shared a photo of him and little Billy Stamos watching an episode of "Sesame Street." This particular episode was unique to the devoted dad because of its thoughtful message about racism.
He wrote in his caption: "My kid and I watching #Comingtogetherstandinguptoracism… @sesamestreet! Our family thanks you!" Stamos also took the toddler to the African American Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture for more lessons.