• Jonas recalled his "forced time at home"
  • The singer spoke about the "challenging" time
  • He also admitted to missing being on the stage

As the pandemic rages on, singer Joe Jonas has been spending quality time at home with his 9-month-old daughter Willa Jonas and wife Sophie Turner.

The 31-year-old singer, who appeared on CBS This Morning on Tuesday and reflected on various aspects of his life, said, "It’s been amazing," when asked about being with his daughter, who was born in July 2020.

The "Sucker" singer also spoke about his experience regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

"It's been forced time at home," he said. "I'm always on the go, I'm always moving and traveling and touring. And to be in one place for a solid amount of time and having my feet on the ground and be with my family, my immediate family, is time I don't think I'll get back."

"This year, for all of us, it's been challenging in different ways. What I've missed is getting on stage and being able to see those fans, see those faces. The minute that can happen again in a safe way, I'm there," he added.

Jonas has also partnered with Expedia for their "Helping Hands" campaign, which has created 250 replicas of the singer's hand. Expedia is a travel company that believes these hand replicas will symbolize the support and reassurance to the travelers to venture out again following the pandemic.

"Who you travel with is so important," Jonas said. "The way I think of it, it can sometimes be a little scary to get back out there now in a safe way, for all of us. And if I can be some sort of lending support and be the helping hand for you... I'm excited about this."

The singer also took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared a video of the process of replicating his hand.

Jonas and his wife Turner are also building a mental health foundation together. "For us, we've noticed how much just in the last year, year and a half, it's taken a toll on a lot of different people," he told CBS News.

"It's really intense, and we all have loved ones that are out there doing this, or at least you know somebody," he said. "We're thinking of ways, creative ways that we can give back to them. Donate our time, donate — whether if it's money — to really focusing on an amazing charity that's going to give back to these individuals."

Jonas and his wife Turner celebrated their second wedding anniversary on May 1. The singer shared a series of fun photos of him and the 25-year-old actress.

Swift’s first major romance with a fellow celeb was with Joe Jonas back in 2008. The pair split after only a few months, with Jonas reportedly dumping her in a phone call that took less than 30 seconds. Swift got revenge with a song against Jonas, “Forever And Always,” and one about actress Camilla Belle, whom he dated next, titled “Better Than Revenge.” Jonas also released a song about Swift, “Much Better.” ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images