Amy Schumer post heartwarming photo of happy snoozing son Gene: & # 39; Always down for a nap and a good cry & # 39;
Her son Gene will be eight weeks old on Sunday.
And Amy Schumer uploaded a sweet Instagram snap of her happy nap this Friday.
& # 39; Here is our son Gene. He likes to look around and laughs at his black and white butterfly toy, & wrote the 38-year-old comedian.
Baby Mine: Amy Schumer uploaded a sweet Instagram snap this Friday of her happy snooze newborn
& # 39; I'm always up for a nap and a good mood when the pursuits are on the list, he wanted me to tell you he wants you to volunteer or donate here @ immfamtogether & # 39 ;.
Amy referred to the Immigrant Families Together advocacy organization that is trying to reunite families that are split up on the border between the United States and Mexico.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's family shares her baby with her chief husband Chris Fischer, whom she married last year.
Gene Atell Fischer was born on May 5 – and two weeks later his mother was back on stage and performed in the iconic Comedy Cellar in Manhattan.
& # 39; Here is our son Gene & # 39 ;: he likes to look around and laugh at his toy the black and white butterfly, & # 39; wrote the 38-year-old comedian
Amy came in for a scathing online criticism of her decision to go back to work so quickly, but the comedy took the protests in her foot.
She posted a snapshot of herself the next day as she pumped breast milk and wrote: & Send love to the mothers who are ashamed of having rebelled last night!
Amy was frank on social media about the health problems she suffered during her pregnancy due to hyperemesis gravidarum.
Hunk: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's family shares her baby with her chief husband Chris Fischer, whom she married last year
Hyperemesis is an acute form of pregnancy-related nausea and in the case of Amy it became so serious that it had to be hospitalized at some point.
Because of her illness, she also had to cancel a number of tour dates, but she managed to film a Netflix special while she was pregnant with the title Growing.
The Duchess of Cambridge treated hyperemesis gravidarum during each of her three pregnancies, thereby increasing public awareness of the condition.
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