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Nick Cannon Already a Doting Dad To Mariah Carey and Twins

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Nick Cannon is already a great dad!

Nick Cannon may be a brand new father, but he’s proving that he is already a doting dad to his twins, and a doting husband to Mariah Carey.

While most celeb dads would probably go home while their wives were recovering in the hospital after giving birth, it looks like Nick actually slept in the hospital with Mariah and the twins. You can see Nick still wearing a hospital bracelet in these photos. Typically visitors don’t get bracelets, so Nick must have been checked in overnight!

The names of Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon’s twins have definitely raised some eyebrows after they were announced yesterday. The baby boy’s name is Moroccan Scott Cannon, and the baby girl is called Monroe Cannon.

Those aren’t exactly traditional names, but since when do celebrity parents stick to tradition?

Congrats to Mariah and Nick!

Photo: Pacific Coast News


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Mary Fischer is the author of The Mommyologist, a blog where she laughs at how life has changed since her son entered the picture. She has been featured in The New York Times and Before becoming a full-time writer for The Stir, she dished out celeb gossip for Babble and wrote for CBS CT.

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2 thoughts on “Nick Cannon Already a Doting Dad To Mariah Carey and Twins

  1. Tammy Naylor says:

    I’m not sure why you’re assuming he stayed there overnight just because of the hospital bracelet. BOTH the mother and father are given the bracelets and even if dad leaves he still has to keep the bracelet on. If you take the bracelet off they can’t identify you as the parent of the baby. This is how they can make sure baby goes with mommy and daddy and not someone trying to steal baby or a wrong parent. My husband left because he had to go to work for several of the days right after I had my son and daughter (I had a c-section and was there for 4 days) but he had to wear the bracelet until I was out of the hospital as well whether he was there or not.

  2. Courtney says:

    @Tammy Naylor obviously you didn’t have complications after your c-section like Mariah did after hers and so did the twins who were born at 35 weeks and because Mariah was gestational diabetic had low blood sugar at birth.

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