February 09, 2021
Amanda Kloots posted cute snapshots of her baby boy, Elvis, on Instagram. Kloots gushed over her 1-year-old, who showed quite a resemblance to his late father, Nick Cordero.
Television personality Amanda Kloots shared a series of pictures of Elvis in up-close shots. Little Elvis displayed different facial expressions as he looked adorably delightful.
“Breakfast with my little man,” Kloots wrote on her post. The mother of one also added a blue heart emoji along with her post gushing over her son.
The first photo shows Elvis blushing with his eyes closed. With his cute eyelashes, he wore a long-sleeved blue shirt, having his blonde hair curled up.
The second image shows the toddler showing a smirky face as he effortlessly pulled off the look. Elvis posed, looking away from the camera.
Another photo displays him holding on to his green snack cup. Elvis has his head turned away as it shows his side view while pleasantly smiling.
The last picture shows him holding his bottle to his mouth. Fans took to the comments section gushed over Elvis, noting that he looks just like his dad.
“He is the spitting image of your husband. May that comfort you,” wrote one Instagram user. Another added, “He looks more and more like Nick every day.”
Cordero was a Broadway star who died last year in July after being hospitalized for months with COVID-19. February 5 marked seven months since his death.
The Canadian actor died at the age of 41 from coronavirus complications. The Tony Award nominee was diagnosed with the virus in April and experienced multiple complications, including lung damage and blood clots that led to a leg amputation.
In early January, his 38-year-old wife opened up about finally being ready to go back to therapy six months after his passing. Kloots reportedly shared her plans to seek therapy on her Instagram Story.
The fitness instructor reportedly revealed that New Year’s had been extremely difficult for her and disclosed that she cried more than she had in a while.
Having spent the holiday season without her late husband, Kloots revealed that she knew that Christmas would be challenging, but New Years' was worse. The dancer emphasized that everyone usually starts on a clean slate when starting the new year, but she could not do that.
Kloots could not start afresh as 2020 was bad enough on its own, and having lost the father of her child made things worse. In dealing with her loss, she disclosed that the things she had been through were catching up to her and admitted that it was time to address the trauma.