'Scrubs' Actor Donald Faison Shows off His Loving Relationship with Son Rocco Who Looks like His Mini-Me
"Scrubs" star Donald Faison treated his Instagram fans to a breathtaking up-close image of himself and his son, Rocco, who is nothing but his spitting image.
Faison is a father of six. He shares four kids with his former partner, and two kids, a son, and a daughter, with his current wife, Cacee Cobb.
Like many celebrity parents, the pair delights in sharing beautiful posts featuring their kids and showing how enjoyable family time can be.
Following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which led to the closure of schools and a compulsory lockdown, the actor has undoubtedly been spending more time with his family.
In a recent update, Faison and his young look-alike son, Rocco, were seen staring into the camera. While the "Scrubs" star had a subtle smile on his face, his mini-me, who had his hair cutely packed in a bundle, made a goofy face at the camera. The actor wrote:
"I mean.. #RoccoFaison."
Within a few minutes, the post generated thousands of likes, and some fans gushed on the image in the comment section.
When it comes to the resemblance between father and son, it is astounding. The apple surely does not fall far from the tree as Faison's fifth child share his peculiar features.
Faison revealed that he is not a disciplinarian parent.
Right from Rocco's days as a two-month-old, fans noticed the similarities; even news outlets reported that the duo are more like twins. The father of two reportedly shared a throwback post of himself that showed how his son resembles him.
Over the years, Faison has garnered love from both fans and co-workers. His former co-star on "Scrubs," Zach Braff, maintains a personal relationship with him. In 2013, Braff shared that he is the godfather of his friend's then-toddler son.
The father of six has been expressive in terms of the rigors of parenting. He told People that he is a "Disney dad," who mostly laughs at what his kids do.
Faison revealed that he is not a disciplinarian parent and that as his kids become more mature, he tries to have a conversation with them, to explain why they should or should not continue with a particular action.
However, he is proud of his older kids' achievements, such as graduating college and entering the University.
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