John Stamos had an adorable sing-a-long with his wife, Caitlin McHugh, and their son, Billy. The 56-year-old Fuller House star shared a video of himself singing the Disney classic "It's a Small World" along with his family as they lounged in a king-sized bed while quarantining amid the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
In a video posted to Instagram, Stamos and his wife wore Minnie Mouse ears and pajamas as they strummed guitars and sang the famous song to their 1-year-old son, Billy. The diaper-clad toddler seemed more interested in playing with his feet and rolling on the bed than in his parents' serenade. At one point he started crying, but the family fun-fest ended with Billy bursting into laughter.
In the caption to the post, Stamos joked that his "It's a Small World" family sing-a-long turned into more of a "small disaster." But in comments to the video, fans raved about the sweet song as they praised Stamos for being so "real."
"This is so amazing!" one fan wrote. " You have such a beautiful family [John Stamos]. love how real this is!"
"This is parenting in a nutshell!" another follower wrote. "Most perfect version of the song I've ever heard!"
Other fans revealed they wanted to join in on the Stamos family's sing-a-long, while others offered some song suggestions.
"In my head, I am jumping head-on to the bed and joining you wearing a Daisy Duck onesie," one supporter wrote.
"You need to do 'Forever,'" another admirer added, referencing Stamos' Full House classic performed by his character's band, Jesse and the Rippers, in the 1990s.
Stamos is a huge Disney fan and memorabilia collector, so it's not a big surprise that his song of choice comes from the Walt Disney theme park's famous boat ride.In addition to his Instagram music video, Stamos, who owns vintage memorabilia from multiple Disney theme parks, also spread some Disney magic to his Twitter fans.
The actor retweeted a video of him sitting in a retro Dumbo cart from the classic ride at Disneyland as he read the story A Kiss Goodnight, penned by songwriter Richard Sherman and illustrated by famed Disney animator Floyd Norman. Stamos also shared a story explaining the book's title, which was inspired by Walt Disney's fireworks-filled sendoff to visitors at his famous theme park.Disneyland and Disney World are currently closed due to the health pandemic, but Stamos is a one-man show keeping the magic alive.