Olivia Wilde: Seeing Fiance Jason Sudeikis Laugh With Our Son Otis Is the "Best Feeling in the World"

Celebrity Moms Jun. 18, 2014 AT 8:20PM
Olivia Wilde Olivia Wilde gushed that seeing fiance Jason Sudeikis and the couple's 2-month-old son Otis laughing and smiling together is "the best feeling in the world"; Plus, read about her disastrous first Mother's Day Credit: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage

Nothing better than her two boys! While attending the Cinema Society & Revlon Host a Screening of Third Person event in NYC on Tuesday, June 17, new mom Olivia Wilde gushed to Us Weekly about fiance Jason Sudeikis and the couple's newborn Otis.

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"It's such a joy to watch them laughing and smiling together. It's the best feeling in the world," Wilde, 30, told Us at the Landmark Sunshine Theatre. "I look forward to when Jason can start reading to Otis because then, the best thing ever, is when your dad is reading to you and does all the characters from the books."

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"That was my favorite," she continued. "My dad would do all the characters from the Roald Dahl books and I thought he was a genius! And so I really can't wait for that moment with Jason and Otis."

The Longest Week star and Sudeikis, 38, welcomed their son last April and have been on cloud nine ever since. Her first Mother's Day, however? A complete disaster!

Wilde can laugh about it now, but the new mom spoke about her terrible day during an appearance on The Late Show on June 17—and how celebrating in Central Park was a very bad idea.

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"I had this image of Central Park being completely empty, just rolling meadows, one person a mile away flying a kit, some balloons. So [Sudeikis] says, 'Yeah, we can do that,'" she told David Letterman. "So we go up there and it's hell. It's more packed. Everybody in the world is in Central Park that day. It also happened to be Japan Day, which it turns out is a huge deal in New York City."

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"I had the image of the picnic and everything would be so lovely. There would be flowers and the baby would be cooing and I would be the glorious mother," she added. "Instead—we were sweating, and angry and hungry. Everyone had to pee. I finally just dropped to the ground on a patch of dirt, like in between two ugly roads, and then just ripped off the diaper of the kid to change him and he just pooped everywhere. Like a torrent, a flood!"

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