Actors Chris Pratt and Anna Faris made the cutest kiddo together and it’s kind of impossible not to see this loved-up family as total squad goals!
You probably already know Chris from his roles in Parks and Recreation, Guardians of the Galaxy (and its now-released sequel!) or Jurassic World, while Anna is best known for her work in the Scary Movie franchise – and is currently starring in the comedy series Mom on CBS.
Chris and Anna married in Bali 2009 after meeting and falling in love the year before.
“I probably loved her the moment I saw her,” Chris admitted to People when asked about life with Anna.
Anna returned the favour, attraction-wise, and said that her now-hubby was often underestimated.
“It’s easy to assume he is sort of a golden retriever of a man, but he’s really smart. I started crushing really hard on him,” she said.
The couple made headlines when their little boy Jack was born 9 weeks early back in 2012 – and continue to advocates for premmie birth awareness. Speaking to People Magazine after Jack’s birth, Chris said the month his son spent in intensive care was a game changer for him as they willed their baby to thrive.
“We were scared for a long time. We prayed a lot. It restored my faith in God, not that it needed to be restored, but it really redefined it,” the actor says.
“The baby was so beautiful to us, and I look back at the photos of him and it must have been jarring for other people to come in and see him, but to us he was so beautiful and perfect.”
Now 4 years old, Jack hasn’t let his early arrival put a damper on living his best life and – as you will see – he continues to be beautiful and perfect.
Here’s a bunch of times we wished we were part of this funny and adorable family.
10 photos that prove Chris Pratt and Anna Faris made the cutest kid ever
1. When he showed us a new way to walk
Jack told me that he could give his sweater a hood. I said "prove it!" So he did. And everyone was happy. pic.twitter.com/bnMNQOkAl4
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) April 27, 2017
2. When he went full slacks-and-tie
1018am. This is happening. First tie-tying tutorial. pic.twitter.com/LRmgxLvsQI
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) April 21, 2017
3. When nature called and it said “Hello I am a praying mantis”
And check out the amazing praying mantis Jack found! pic.twitter.com/mUhsGqIRSx
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) December 19, 2016
4. When he let nothing stand in the way of his dreams (least of all a height requirement)
Hey everyone! This is your captain speaking: please sit back and enjoy your flight. No anger issues here. Esp.w/mymom pic.twitter.com/a3g1Hck5C1
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) May 4, 2017
5. When he saw Martha Stewart and raised her an Easter egg and a bunny
6. When he showed us the correct way to eat cake
I'm so lucky to have a child that likes cake – and also I love you pic.twitter.com/wNVTsfefVE
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) November 21, 2016
7. When he taught his dad about portals and parallel universes
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This morning Jack found a rainbow on the wall. I honestly couldn't figure out where it was coming from which according to science means it's some sort of portal. You ever see Stargate? Exactly. We were careful not to get too close. I snapped this photo and it dawned on me how much Jack looks like Anna. They are both so beautiful. Sleeping in with the two of them is my greatest treasure.
8. When he inspired this gosh-darned nightmare-inducing masterpiece
9. When he did this face #teef
10. When he had these ridiculously attractive parents
Going through photos again. This is chris kissing my freezing nose in Tokyo please don't vomit. I just did. pic.twitter.com/HbEmFgKJxI
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) April 19, 2017
If you’re wondering how Jack feels about his quite high-profile and very entertaining (for us!) life, it seems he’s taking it fully in his stride.
Anna told The Baltimore Sun that Jack’s got his pap approach completely down-pat and seems unphased.
“The other day we picked him up from his preschool, and there were some paparazzi. He just looked at them and said, ‘Cheese!’ And I’m like, ‘OK, I’m glad that’s how you’re feeling now.'”