Andy Cohen weighed in on parenting, including that it “modified him utterly.”
Chatting with CBS, the media mogul mentioned, “Your mother liked that Peggy Lee music, ‘Is That All There Is?’ That is the place I used to be. I used to be approaching 50, and I heard that music in my head. I used to be like, ‘There’s gotta be a higher function for me. That is fantastic, and I completely adore it. However there must be a higher function.'”
“Parenting, he continued, “has modified me in each means. I imply, I feel my priorities have utterly shifted. I feel my sense of accomplishment has completely modified. And even simply getting your youngsters breakfast and getting them out to high school, once I drop him off in school, I am like, ‘You probably did it, dude! That was a tough two-and-a-half hours, you already know?'”
Additional, the Bravo host additionally revealed his ups and downs of parenthood.
“If I spend three hours with Ben, after which I’ve to go to work, you already know, you are at work, and you are like: Did I spend sufficient time with Ben immediately? If Ben tells me that I am his finest pal or he grabs for my hand to carry it, or he cuddles me further tight, I imply, there’s not gonna be an even bigger win in my day than that.”