• Amy Schumer wrote on Instagram that motherhood feels like “heaven on Earth”
  • She shared an adorable snap of her bonding time with 2-year-old son Gene David
  • Celebrity parents and fans agreed with Schumer’s musings about motherhood

Amy Schumer got candid about her motherhood experience on social media, and it seemed her pals and fans can relate.

The 40-year-old Hollywood star took to Instagram Sunday to share an adorable photo of her and her 2-year-old son Gene David. In the snap, the toddler perched on a red toy motorcycle as Schumer sat beside him.

“Being his mom is heaven on Earth and also means a constant feeling of guilt and vulnerability I will never get used to,” she wrote in the caption.

The Emmy Award winner continued, “Your heart feels like it’s outside your body and you’re too old to drink the feelings away like you used to. When you were in love and scared. Send help!!!”

The “I Feel Pretty” star’s post received an outpouring of support from her fellow moms and celebrity parents. Many of them agreed with her musings about motherhood.

“Yep, that’s exactly how it is and feels. It’s beautiful and terrifying,“ British TV personality Tan France wrote.

“I’m not a mom, but as an auntie, I hear from my sisters and sounds like you are on track with it all. Ahhh, the love. The guilt too… but, try to drop that girl 'cause all of you moms are doing the most awe-inspiring job by virtue of the fact that you are doing it,” singer-songwriter Debbie Gibson commented.

Some fans also shared some advice to the stand-up comedian and reassured her that things will get better as time passes by.

“Wish I could tell you it goes away. It doesn’t. But for me, it [lessened] as my boys got older and more independent. They are now in their 30s and adulting very well,” one follower told the actress.

“Just be you! And strive for happiness! Let your kids see you laugh and smile — those are the moments they’ll remember and cherish,” another added.

Schumer and husband Chris Fischer, 42, welcomed their son in May 2019 after tying the knot in February 2018. The “Trainwreck” star has been vocal about her struggles during her pregnancy.

In September 2021, she first opened up about her cesarean section and the medical operations she underwent to have her uterus and appendix removed due to her endometriosis, according to People.

Last month, she gave her fans a life update on social media, saying she’s “feeling good” because she finally got her “strength back” with the help of her doctors. She shared in the same post that she lost weight in the process.

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Amy Schumer is pictured at the “I Feel Pretty” premiere on April 17, 2018 in Westwood, California. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images