Chris Pratt recites Pledge of Allegiance with son Jack
Chris Pratt is officially the dreamiest dreamboat of all time because not only is he a total hunk, he’s also one of the sweetest dads that ever lived.
The Guardians of the Galaxy actor has shared possibly the most adorable video of all time, which shows the star teaching his ridiculously cute two-year-old son the Pledge of Allegiance.
“Meant to post this on #MemorialDay but I was in China and my phone wasn’t working. I’m proud to be American. I’m blessed to get to travel the world! #IPledgeAllegiance,” he captioned the video, uploaded to his Facebook page.
Standing on a back porch and staring at the American flag the actor recites the pledge line by line so that his son Jack can repeat each line.
The actor opened up about fatherhood in an interview with Variety last October. Speaking how much he adores his son, who was born nine weeks premature, the heartthrob said: “I’ve done all kinds of cool things as an actor — I’ve jumped out of helicopters and done some daring stunts and played baseball in a professional stadium, but none of it means anything compared to being somebody’s daddy.” Swoon.
While Jack was in the NICU, Pratt said he cherished moments where he’d cradle his son skin-to-skin. “I made promises in that moment about what kind of dad I wanted to be and I just prayed that he’d live long enough that I could keep them.”
But despite doctor’s warnings that their son could develop special needs, they were fortunate enough to take their baby boy home after just one month. “Our Jack went from a small, helpless little squirt to a strong, smart, happy, funny, beautiful boy who loves monster trucks and ‘Daniel Tiger,’ and, believe it or not, loves vegetables. Broccoli and cherry tomatoes are his favorite foods.”
The actor is currently touring the world as he promotes his upcoming movie Jurassic World and he seems like he’s having a wail of a time doing so. The 35-year-old has posted heaps of pictures on his social media accounts, sharing his adventures in China, England and now Paris, France.