John Stamos talks about life after welcoming his son Billy: 'I cry a lot'
John Stamos talks about his son Billy and what fatherhood has made him realize. For starters he knows all kinds of poop colors now!
On April 10, John Stamos and his wife, Caitlin McHugh welcomed their son, William “Billy” Christopher and ever since then, the actor can see how his life has changed. Talking to People he confessed that his first few days as a father have been really touching and emotional.
“I cry a lot,” he said as he appeared at the red carpet of The Forum in Inglewood, California. “It’s more beautiful than anyone told me it would be. I’ve been waiting a long time." John confessed that he is filled with emotions at times when he sings Billy a song. "I woke up this morning, and I sang him ‘House at Pooh Corner’" he recalled and admitted that it is a moment which makes the time freeze.
Recently, he shared the first picture of his adorable baby. He captioned the picture as “From now on, the best part of me will always be my wife and my son.” When asked who Billy looked like, it seemed like John had paid close attention to his features and instantly knew what to answer.
“He’s got my wife’s legs, which is good,” he said. “I think he’s got some good hair going. But they say it’s going to fall out and come back. I don’t know… ” As for his wife, Caitlin, he said that she has been keeping well ever since they welcomed their son.
“She’s great. She is like nothing happened,” he said. “She’s incredible. She just eased through it like she does everything else in life.” The pair got engaged in Disneyland, just two months before they announced their pregnancy. Recently, John appeared 'On Air with Ryan Seacrest' and admitted that he has been looking at things differently. “I’m looking out the window right now and everything is greener and bluer,” he said.
“I see all kinds of different colors. Different poop colors. There’s green, there’s yellow, I saw some blue this morning which I thought was weird.” He added that he was happy to name his son after his "hero" father. “I hope I live up to what my dad did. You know how you get to a point where you go, ‘My dad’s just a man?’ I never got to that point. He was always bigger than life to me so I’m happy to honor him with our little Billy,” the actor revealed. “I’m starting to cry right now, Ryan, I’m so emotional.”