Nick Cordero's Wife Amanda Kloots Had a 'Fantastic Mother's Day' Call with Him: 'Super Positive'

This is Kloots’ first Mother’s Day since welcoming their 11-month-old son Elvis Eduardo.

“I have wanted to be a mom my whole life. I love you so much that I wrote you this poem,” she wrote on Instagram, alongside a sweet message where she counted all the reasons why she loves her baby boy so much.

“I love you so much that when I first saw you my heart grew 10 times the size,” Kloots wrote. “I love you so much that when I hear you laugh it’s the best sound in the world. I love you so much that when I hear you cry I want to fix everything. I love you so much and I can’t believe your mine.”

Cordero — who starred in Rock of Ages and Waitress, and was nominated for a Tony for his role in Bullets Over Broadway — has been in a medically induced coma since he was admitted to Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in late March.

Although his recovery process has been rocky, last week Kloots shared that doctors believed her husband was showing “early signs” of waking up.

“Nick is showing very, very, very early, early, early stages of tracking, which means he started to wake up,” she said. “Mother's Day is Sunday, maybe he'll wake up for me and for his mom — what a gift — but honestly, such wonderful news to hear.”

“It's showing signs that there's some hope,” she added.

In support of her husband, Kloots has been asking fans and loved ones to sing and dance to Cordero's song "Live Your Life" on social media using the hashtag #WakeUpNick. A GoFundMe page was also created by their friends to raise funds for Cordero's medical bills.

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