The proud mom gave more information about her son's new skill in a video posted to her Instagram Story. "And I see our little boy, just the cutest little thing, and growing up and doing all these firsts and Nick missing them and it's heartbreaking".
'I have told him about his leg, and I've told him about the unbelievable prosthetics that are available now, and I told him that he's gonna be fine'.
"It could be months from now still...we've got a long, long road ahead". That's where we're at right now. "And he answers yes and no questions, a yes is looking up a no is looking down".
But, she admitted, 'It is hard when I'm talking to Nick to understand exactly what he's understanding'.
She also shared a shot of her ICU visitation confirmation and her visitor's badge with the caption, "Guess where I'm heading!"
In a recent update, she revealed that although a CT scan of Nick's lungs ended up not being "the prettiest, unfortunately" his doctor insisted that there are "options" for his recovery. "This child! Why did he turn 1 and just instantly seem older and wiser?" she wrote on Instagram at the time. As previously reported, he also underwent a leg amputation and experienced lung damage.
Kloots was candid about her husband's uphill battle and said the past two days was "all over the place", because of Cordero's fluctuating blood pressure. I love you @amandakloots. He just wouldn't survive. The 41-year-old Broadway star ("Waitress", "A Bronx Tale" and "Rock of Ages") was hospitalized March 30 and later diagnosed with COVID-19, after multiple false negative tests.
"He can't really even move you guys, that's how weak he is", she said on her Instagram stories. The actor had to have his right leg amputated due to ongoing blood clotting complications.
A GoFundMe page created to raise funds for Cordero's medical bills has raised more than $564,000 as of Friday after beginning with a $480,000 goal.