John Stamos says he loves six-month-old son Billy despite the child ruining his sex life
John Stamos said that he and wife Caitlin McHugh have been trying to have another child but their six-month-old son Billy won't have any of it
John Stamos is a working dad after all, so it is not surprising that the star misses his wife Caitlin McHugh and their son William “Billy” Christopher and, sometimes, gets a little emotional in their memory. Recently, the actor got himself caught up in waterworks after being asked about his six-month-old toddler, reports People magazine.
“I miss him,” the 'Fuller House' star admitted in a visibly shaky voice on 'Live with Kelly and Ryan'. “This is the longest I’ve been away from him.”
“John! I’m sorry!” said Kelly Ripa. “I’ve been waiting my whole life for [fatherhood],” he replied, laughing and reaching out for the box of tissues offered to him by Ripa. “I’m so happy, I’m so happy.”
Stamos, in an attempt to shift focus from him, started talking about Ripa's three children, even though she has previously described them as “past that age” where just thinking about them brings on the tears. “I cry for different reasons,” joked the host.
On the topic of whether he and his wife want to have more kids, Stamos jokingly said, "We’re trying but the kid's like a C-block — can I say that?"
“I said, ‘What’s the rush?’ She said, ‘Well, you’re old.’ She said, ‘I’m doing it for you!’” Stamos recalled. “The other day — and I’m not making this story up — she calls and she’s like, ‘I’m ovulating!’ When they’re ovulating, boom, you gotta get there.”
The time Stamos got the call from his wife, their son Billy was asleep. But when he arrived home, he found his son to be wide awake. “So I come home and of course Billy’s wide awake,” he remembered. “So I put him in the kitchen — left the door open, we have a little bassinet in there — and we go in, we start trying to do it fast.”
But it appeared that the toddler is not yet ready for a sibling, given his extremely funny reaction to his parents trying to make a baby. “We start hearing this noise — screeching noise — he’s squeaking... he screeches,” Stamos explained. "Well, that ruined the mood,” the actor confirmed, explaining that his son had one more trick up his sleeve: “We were so close and then he’s got this elephant and he’s learned how to press it and the elephant’s like, [singing] ‘Do your ears hang low?’"
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