Chris Pratt's Adorable Tribute to Anna Faris Sums Up the Realities of #ParentLife

The celeb dad took to Instagram to give a shoutout to his wife and joke about their son's sleeping habits. 
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Chris Pratt and Anna Faris are arguably one of the cutest, funniest celebrity couples, and Pratt's latest Instagram post illustrates precisely why this is the case. The actor just gave his talented wife a major shoutout on social media, thanking her for supporting him, along with their 4-year-old Jack, while he does his press tour for the Marvel sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

"My dear sweet @annafaris getting flashbacks from her hilarious role in Lost in Translation," he wrote alongside a stunning pic of the pair. "Thank you for the support honey! You look so beautiful. These press tours can be such a whirlwind. I'm grateful to have you and the boy with me on this one."

Then, he went onto detail why he was posting so early in the morning: "Although it's 3:00am right now, I was just awakened by a square kick to the back as little man climbed into bed and then must have had a karate dream or something and now I can't sleep. I'm on insta instead. All you dads and moms know what I'm talking about. ?♥️?????"

Hilarious, because it is all too real! What mom or dad hasn't gotten pummeled in some way while bed-sharing? But Pratt sounds like he's handling it like a champ — and showing his gratitude for even the slightly more aggravating moments that come with dad life.

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And the Jurassic World actor is clearly thankful for everything his wife, a working mom, does to support him, his career, and their family. Yes to all of this! If anything will help a couple navigate even the most stressful moments in marriage, parenting, and even 3 a.m. karate wake-up calls, it's a strong partnership, like these two so obviously have.

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