Try Not To Completely Melt Watching Anderson Cooper Read To His Son
This video of Anderson Cooper reading a book to his son is definitely the cutest one on the internet today
Has there been anything better on the internet in the past year than watching Anderson Cooper hug himself as a father? Since welcoming his son Wyatt Morgan 10 months ago, he's quickly become one of our favorite celebrity dads - and Wyatt is darn cute too. Because of this, you may need to steel yourself before clicking the video below. Anderson, reading a book to his beloved boy, is honestly almost too cute to handle.
To celebrate National Read Across America Day, Cooper sat down with little Wyatt and the two of them read Laura Numeroff's classic children's book "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie". Our favorite CNN anchor also talked a little about the importance of helping children love reading.
"It's National Read Across America Day and especially now that millions of children are still out of school because of the pandemic, inspiring them to read is more important than ever," he said in the clip he made channels shared on all of its social media. “As a child with mild dyslexia, I struggled to read and luckily it was noticed early and I got help with it. But for many children this is not the case. My son Wyatt is 10 months old and I try to read to him every day. "
During the story, Wyatt snuggles into his father's lap and holds and plays with a rubber duck. At some point he tries to grab the book, which brings a smile to his loving father.
"Is there anything better than just hanging out and reading with your child?" Asks Cooper. "Incredible."
We really need to be in agreement.
This is just one of the many reasons we love Anderson Cooper as a father. He was very open about how much joy this new phase of his life brought him and told people in June, "It feels like my life has actually begun."
“I kind of wonder what have I been waiting for? This is a new level of love, ”he said at the time. "It's different from anything I've experienced, and yet it's also very familiar and incredibly special and intimate. It's really extraordinary."
"When I was 12 and knew I was gay and thought about my life, it always pissed me off because I thought, 'I will never have a child,'" recalls Cooper. “This is a dream come true.
With so much love in his life, we know little Wyatt only has big things ahead of him.
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