Joe Jonas Opens up about Lessons Learned in One Year of Fatherhood

Afouda Bamidele
May 08, 2021
12:40 P.M.
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From stealing hearts as a Disney teen star to having a successful music career, Joe Jonas is currently embracing his new role as a father and proudly shared details about his experiences in a recent interview. 


Joe Jonas rose to fame as a member of the iconic music group, Jonas Brothers alongside his two brothers but the 31-year-old wasn't only a successful singer but also the father of an adorable girl.

During an interview on Tuesday's episode of "CBS This Morning," the "Camp Rock" star discussed his marriage to actress Sophie Turner and how fatherhood has impacted his life since the arrival of his daughter.

Joe Jonas is photographed on the street on March 1, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images


The singer couldn't help but gush over Willa, his precious baby girl, who arrived in July 2020. The first-time father also revealed that the biggest lesson parenthood has taught him was the importance of naps.

The entertainer's view on naps was influenced by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic which forced the 31-year-old to become a stay-at-home parent. However, the "Cake By The Ocean" crooner wasn't disappointed by his time at home.


According to Jonas, the COVID-19 quarantine offered various benefits such as spending quality time with his family and resting his feet after being on the road for a long time. 

Jonas reportedly joined Expedia's Helping Hands campaign to create 250 exact replicas of his right hand.


He also stated that he was grateful for the opportunity to be with his immediate family as he believed the time they spent in quarantine together, would be a period he wouldn't get back.

However, the 31-year-old missed performing on stage and being motivated by the uplifting sound of his fans cheering in the audience. According to the singer, he couldn't wait to see fans safely.


To show his support to those struggling with the pandemic, Jonas reportedly joined Expedia's Helping Hands campaign to create 250 exact replicas of his right hand. These art pieces symbolize Expedia's goal to help travelers.

Because the father-of-one was an avid traveler before coronavirus, the limited-edition copies of his hand would serve as a means to help travelers regain their confidence, so they could venture out again after the pandemic.


Due to the COVID-19 safety protocols which prevented large-scale events, many have taken to social media to celebrate their milestones just as the "Sucker" singer's wife did on their second wedding anniversary.

The "Game Of Thrones" actress marked the special occasion with never-before-seen pictures of the couple's 2019 Las Vegas wedding ceremony on Instagram alongside a heartfelt caption that expressed the 25-year-old's love for her husband.