Andy Cohen blesses the world with 52 seconds of pure joy — his daughter’s laughter

Andy Cohen’s 9-month-old daughter, Lucy, gave us all the gifts she keeps giving us.

In the video posted on Instagram on February 19th (Sun)Cohen shared the joy of Lucy laughing straight up for almost a minute.

Wearing a blue, red, and white Nutcracker costume and holding a toy, Lucy is laughing hard as she hears her dad and brother giggling in the background.

“Is that funny?” the proud father of two says off-camera. “Are we making you laugh?”

All Lucy can do is show off her four front teeth and chubby rosy cheeks and smile accordingly.

“Lucy, we love you.

At one point in the video, Lucy looks agitated. Her father is her verbal urge to steer her in her right, her laughter-filled direction.

“Keep laughing instead of crying,” urges Cohen. There are obvious hints of fear in Cohen’s voice.

Lucy’s immediate answer? A loud, deafening screech followed by, as you can imagine, a guttural laugh.

Cohen welcomed baby Lucy via a surrogate in April 2022. He officially announces he’s a proud ‘dad of girls’ Via Instagram.

“Here’s Lucy!!!!! Meet my daughter, Lucy Eve Cohen! She’s 8 pounds 13 ounces and was born in New York City at 5:13 PM!!!” Cohen captioned a congratulatory post at the time. “Her brother can’t wait to meet her! My rock star surrogate (all surrogates are rock stars by the way) and making this miracle happen!” I am very happy.”

Cohen welcomed son benjamin It was named after Cohen’s grandfather, Ben Allen, via a representative in February 2019.

“I am in love. I have no words. I am forever grateful to my incredible surrogate,” Cohen wrote at the time. “And I’m a dad. Wow.”

The ‘Watch What Happens Live’ host is candid about how being a father to two kids has changed his life forever. tell today In November 2022, his world “completely shifted.”

“Actually, I slowed down,” he explained at the time. “I’m home all the time. I’m home most nights. It’s not me. It’s rare for me. I’m home more and my priorities have really changed.”

Cohen also explained that as a single mother, he was “the only person” entrusted with raising his children, despite having “as much help as you could ask for.”

“There’s an extra weight you put on yourself and they put on you. It’s natural, it’s a choice I made and I’m so glad I made it,” he explained. “My priorities have completely changed.”

Who needs to go out when staying home means spending time with a little bag of potatoes that can make you laugh straight up for nearly a minute?

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