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Mandy Moore's 9-Month Son Ozzie Can't Stop Giggling in This Adorable Video
The This Is Us star is the proud mama of two happy, mini-me boys.
Mandy Moore already has two little comedians on her hands!
On July 16, the This Is Us star took to her official Instagram page to share the sweetest video of her older 2-year-old son Gus entertaining her younger son, 9-month-old Ozzie. In the clip, Moore cradled baby Ozzie in her arm while she held the camera in her other hand.
"What's so funny? I don't know what's so funny! Is it your brother in the hat?" Moore said with a cheeky smile while baby Ozzie giggled his head off as he sported a cute sunhat and tiger pacifier. Moore then zoomed in the camera to Gus, who fiddled with a doorknob while wearing a backwards baseball cap. Gus then knocked on the door multiple times, while Ozzie continued to chortle away with his adorable little laugh, giving a big smile that uncannily resembles his mother's. "Knockin' on the door? You're really cuttin' it up for your brother, huh?" Moore remarked.
"Ozzie is Gus’s biggest fan 💓," Moore gushed in the caption.
Mandy Moore on her sons and motherhood
Moore is clearly a fan of showing off her love for her sons on social media. This June, she also shared some heartwarming snapshots of the two boys playing outside. In the last photo, Gus adorably plants a kiss on baby Ozzie's head. See the sweet snapshots here.
Moore opened up about the beautiful challenge of motherhood in an interview with Health. "It is overwhelming on a level that I never expected. All of the clichés are true. The love is so immediate. In the very beginning it was like, 'Oh, you're nursing. The baby's sleeping.' You figure out your routine."
She continued, "Then maybe three months in, [it] felt like, 'I don't know what I'm doing. I don't have the skill set for this. Maybe I'm not a good mother.' I questioned everything. I looked at my husband, who seemed so at ease — it was so natural for him. I felt bad about myself and what I brought to the table as a mom. And it made me question everything. And I was like, 'Is this feeling going to last forever? Am I just going to feel unworthy, [and] unprepared? Is this just the foreseeable future?' And a week later, I found my equilibrium again. I remember people telling me that everything is a phase and not to get too set in your ways about anything — and it's true."