The toddler was proud to show off her ink as her dad praised the look on her
Andy Cohen enjoyed a silly moment celebrating his "rock n' roll daughter," 20-month-old Lucy
Cohen raises Lucy and son Ben, who turns 5 next month, as a single dad
Cohen recently told PEOPLE he's enjoying a fun era in parenting as Lucy begins talking more and Ben's sense of humor develops
Andy Cohen has a little rocker chick on his hands.
The Watch What Happens Live host, 45, was excited to share an Instagram Story with daughter Lucy Eve, where he shows the toddler's forearm full of temporary tattoos, which included a UFO, a cowboy hat, flames and a frog.
Cohen marveled in the video, "My rock' n roll daughter has a sleeve! She is so rock ‘n roll!"
"Oh my gosh, we’re dealing with this quite young,” he joked. "I didn’t expect this from you, Lucy."
To complete Lucy's rocker look, the 20-month-old wore a black John Mayer T-shirt underneath a plaid flannel.
The toddler looked at Cohen a moment before pointing and saying "Dada" in a sweet little voice.
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Cohen recently shared a funny parenting moment on Instagram, where he was baffled to discover a toy that shows flashcards with a sight word and photo for toddler daughter also included a set of cards with car brands and their logos.
"Does she need to know about the symbol — I don't know the symbol for a Maserati. Who knows that?" the father of two, who is also dad to son Benjamin Allen, 4½, asked fans.
"I'm confused here. I'm just, I'm scratching my head. Is this what I need to teach?" Showing another card with a white radish, he added, "And also? That's so specific."
Last month, Cohen and Ben had a conversation after the father of two woke up and discovered his little boy eating a gingerbread house their family was gifted by Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos.
"Ben, I don't like coming downstairs and finding you with the gingerbread house in your mouth. Do you understand me? Why do you do that?"
"It's just so yummy," Ben adorably replied.
"I've told you not to eat the gingerbread house. I'm sure it is yummy, but I don't think you're supposed to eat it, Ben," Cohen replied before asking, "What does it taste like?"
"It tastes like something so good, like a cookie or something," Ben replied, clearly enamored with the discovery.
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