Watch John Stamos & His Fam Spread Disney Magic With 'It's A Small World' Sing-A-Long & Storytelling

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John Stamos with his son Billy Stamos and wife Caitlin McHugh during A Capitol Fourth at U.S. Capitol, West Lawn on July 4, 2019 in Washington, DC.

Disney aficionado John Stamos channeled some magic from the happiest place on earth with his wife Caitlin McHugh Stamos and their toddler William "Billy" Christopher by recording an "It's A Small World" sing-a-long.

Stamos posted the quarantined family-friendly jam session yesterday (March 26) on his Instagram, which featured the couple donning plush Mickey and Minnie Mouse ears while strumming their ukelele and guitar. But the youngest rock 'n' roll star threw a temper tantrum midway through the performance when he started crying and playfully biting his mother.

"'It’s a Small World' family Sing-A-Long turned into a 'Small Disaster! #bedjams #quarantine #stayhome," The Little Mermaid Live! star captioned the video.

That wasn't his only Disney-themed social distancing stint of the day. Disney posted a video on Twitter of the 56-year-old actor nestled in a rogue Dumbo cart from the seminal ride at Disneyland, which remains closed with its Florida-based counterpart Disney World due to coronavirus, to read "A Kiss Goodnight" written and illustrated by Floyd Norman and Richard Sherman.

Before digging into the bedtime story, Stamos read a note from the two Disney legends that recalled when Walt Disney came up with the most glorious sendoff to his theme park visitors each night with fireworks, music and a flying Tinkerbell, which he called "a kiss goodnight."

"We can't go to Disneyland or Disney World right now, but we have our families and we have our friends and we have Disney," Stamos concluded in the video. "So let's do what he would do and find a little magic in each and every day."

Watch Stamos and co. spread some Disney magic below.

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