Amanda Kloots just captured a precious moment with her son!
Since losing her husband of three years, Nick Cordero, Kloots, has had to raise their son Elvis alone. Therefore, it means the mother-of-one spends plenty of quality time with the little one and is an integral part of his life.
Like most mothers, the dancer can’t get enough of her baby boy and constantly shares beautiful memories as he grows. That is why it was not surprising when she posted an adorable clip of Elvis being a mini rockstar on her social media, showing fans that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Like Father, Like Son: Amanda Kloots’ Son Shows His Early Singing Talent
The talk show host took to her Instagram page to share an exciting video of her son with her 732K followers. The three-year-old stole hearts by showing off his song arrangement skills on the piano.
Elvis, wearing grey pajamas, was sitting on a wooden bench in front of a white piano. The toddler’s hands were busy pressing the instrument repeatedly, accompanying the motion with a song that made sense to only him.
The large room where Elvis sat was decorated with a standing lamp, a huge plant, and a four-corner brown rug. The piano had items delicately placed on it, including a sizable portrait of himself and his mother.
Elvis left the piano and walked to the dining area of the house to get an object, passing by the stairs. However, he never stopped singing. The sweet post was simply captioned, “Mornings with a rockstar🤘.”
Fans surged underneath the post to display excitement over the update, drawing comparisons between the little tot and his late father. Her sister, Anna Kloots, led the pack noting, “Miss him so much.”
One follower wrote, “Aaaawwww how awesome!!!! He’s sure got lots of Nick in him… What a joy to have every day,” followed by four red heart emojis. Another person penned, “What a natural! Someone must be infusing that boy with some heavenly talent. 👏❤️.”
In the exact sentiment of remembering the late singer, a fan wrote, “Wow!! He is an inspired little one. ❤️. Good job mama! Nick is definitely with you both.” another one mentioned, “Born to perform. like his Dad❤️.” A follower praised the efforts of the mama bear by writing:
“You’re doing an amazing job momma👏this video made me cry. His daddy would be so proud.”
Last December, The Blast detailed how the “Live Your Life” author dedicated a post to appreciate her little boy referring to him as her “best gift.” She shared a fun picture of herself and Elvis laughing into the camera while dressed in casual PJs. She wrote in the caption:
“The best gift. Life is precious. Time is precious. People are precious,” adding that she was so lucky to have him, “hug him,” and to “kiss him.”
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The tear-jerking tribute ended with “The Talk” co-host noting how lucky she was to see Christmas through his eyes and how she loved being his mother.
The Talk Show Host Talks Life As A Single Parent
As fans are aware, the actress was plunged into the single parenting world after the demise of her husband in 2020 from COVID-19-related complications. Last December, The Blast noted that she opened up about the lifestyle.
Speaking on Dear Media’s “Not Skinny But Not Fat” podcast, the Broadway performer shed more light on moving on after loss and navigating being a single working mother. She confessed:
“Being a single parent is hard. It’s really, really hard. The day-to-day things of being a single parent, it’s just a lot, especially right now.”
The mama bear explained her struggles dealing with the toddler, noting that he never wants her to leave or hang out with friends, and whenever she does, it felt like she had wronged him, and it gave her “lots of mom guilt.”
The conversation got heart-wrenching when the fitness instructor recalled that she had no real friends to assist with their baby because the then family of three had just relocated to Los Angeles.
Although, Kloots acknowledged that she has sought help from excellent professionals and had friends and family come in to help with little Elvis whenever she had to film a movie.