Amber Rose And Wiz Khalifa Just Offered An Awesome Lesson In Co-Parenting

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Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa threw their son a super birthday party and offered an important lesson in co-parenting all at the same time.

This week, both parents posted photos on Instagram of the superhero-themed birthday party they threw for their 4-year-old son, Sebastian. For part of the celebration, the former couple dressed as Batgirl and Batman, while Sebastian opted for a Catboy costume from the series “PJ Masks.”

Sebastian's costume is by @calicr8! #sebastiantaylorthomaz Happy Birthday Pumpkin

A post shared by Amber Rose (@amberrose) on Feb 20, 2017 at 11:35am PST

Followers on Instagram applauded the parents for celebrating their son’s big day together.

“Much respect to you … great example of co-parenting,” one commenter wrote. “This is unconditional love and sacrifice for your child. You guys look more like ‘The Incredibles.’ Too cute!” wrote another.

Rose has been open in the past about co-parenting her son with Khalifa. In an interview with People, she said they “try to have family days with him.” And in 2015, she told MTV News that co-parenting certainly takes work, but is worth it. 

“You have to do what’s best for your baby,” she said. “That’s the most important thing.”

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