• Selma Blair posted a funny video to Instagram with her son, Arthur.
  • Selma was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2018 and has been open about her struggles with the disease.
  • Selma filmed this video while preparing to drive Arthur to school.

Since August 2018, Selma Blair has kept her fans and followers completely in the loop of her battle with multiple sclerosis (MS) via her Instagram, with posts about everything from her serious chemotherapy treatments to hilarious videos of herself trying on wigs ( she shaved her head due to her MS treatments). Most recently, she even shared an inspiring bikini pic .

In her latest Instagram post, she's sharing another wacky video with her son Arthur Saint Bleick on their morning school run. Like all moms do every now and then, Selma is annoying the crap out of Arthur.

"Im making a VIDEO!! My son loves VIDEOS! Why doesnt he love mine too? A Monday VIDEO! What? I am a FUN MOM! Who makes VIDEOS!!," she captioned her video post.

In it, Selma is in the driver's seat, and is starting out her day by driving her son to school

"I also have a neck waddle. I need to make a VIDEO of me working out! That is what I gathered from this very ViDEO!!!!! also, please note his priceless expression at end. You are welcome. #video #weirdo . (He is shaking his head. Oh my )," she ended her caption.

Selma starts her video with the camera turned to her,

"I want to make a video!" says Selma.

"Let's goooo!" Arthur says, like this is something Selma always does.

"What am I doin, I'm going...I'm making a VIDEO!" she says.

"Shut up!" Arthur says back, as he's laughing. "Stop saying that, because you're being a weirdo."

"Too late! I gots to drive to school, GOODBYE!" says Selma.

"Oh my God," says Arthur, shaking his head looking into the camera.

Needless to say, Selma's fans and followers are loving it!

"Youre not a regular mom..youre a cool mom @selmablair," one wrote. "Cuties! " another commented. "Gotta love the accent love the hair color btw. You look beautiful," wrote another fan.

Keep doing you, Selma.