Although he provides off whole Kristy vibes, Michael Che has no real interest in being a part of any Babysitters Club.
And that angle extends to Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson’s son, Cosmo, whom the couple welcomed in September.
“It’s an adorable baby,” the 38-year-old “Saturday Night Live” star informed Jimmy Fallon on Monday evening.
But apparently Che finds infants to be fairly boring, explaining to Fallon that he thinks they’re “fun for like a second.”
“You know, they don’t do much after you’ve looked at them and they’re just staring at you trying to keep their head on straight,” Che stated. “It’s like, ‘Get this wiggly thing away from me.’”
It appears the comic, who describes himself as a “great babysitter,” has a very lengthy historical past of watching relations’ youngsters and is just about over spit-up, and diapers and dressing babies up as tiny outdated folks or a foot-long hoagie (which, on this author’s opinion, is all the time enjoyable).
“I’ve been babysitting my whole life. I have nieces and nephews that are like three years younger than me. I’ve been babysitting them since they were babies. Since I was a baby, actually,” he joked.
As for his babysitting approach, Che reveals that he’s fairly fingers off and possibly has a superb pair of noise-canceling headphones:
“I just let you cry until you’re sleepy,” he stated.