Amy Poehler: My Son Is “Turning Into A Possessive Husband!”

It looks like Will Arnett has some cute competition nowadays - in the form of his 3-year-old son Archie. 

According to a recent appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, mama and actress Amy Poehler, 40, jokes that her eldest boy is "turning into a possessive husband."

It looks like Will Arnett has some cute competition nowadays – in the form of his 3-year-old son Archie.

According to a recent appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, mama and actress Amy Poehler, 40, jokes that her eldest boy is “turning into a possessive husband.”

“He knows when I’m going out if I’m dressed up or if I have shoes on,” she laughs. “Like today, when I was dressed up to come here, he said, ‘Where ya going?’ I said, ‘I’m going out,’ and he said, ‘With who?’”

“I said, ‘I’m going to see some friends,’” Amy reveals to David Letterman. “I didn’t want to tell him about you. I didn’t want to confuse him.”

She continues to describe what Archie said next.

“‘Put on a coat,’” she recalls her 3-year-old son advising her. “‘Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do.’ I was like, ‘What? Read? You’re three!’”

The Parks and Recreation star – who is also mom to her 1-year-old son Abel – jokes that her two boys are little “giants.”

I used to see new mothers walking around with their newborns in slings, buying organic coffee with their baby in their pocket. My guys were like 25 pounds in a month. They’re going to be as tall as me by the time they’re in fifth grade.”

Amy and her husband and Arrested Development actor Will Arnett have been married since 2003.

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  1. Lol

    This article is so cute. I live Amy and Will, their sons are totally cute (and big, as she said) but that probably just means they’ll be tall like their father.
    Archie’s mannerisms are hilarious, what a funny thing for a 3-year-old to be concerned with.

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