Mariah Carey Baby Boy Girl
May 1, 2011 by Post Team
Mariah Carey Baby Boy Girl, What is Mariah Carey will do for their fifth wedding anniversary? The singer gave birth to twins – a healthy boy and a girl – on Saturday, which just so happened that she and husband Nick Cannon fourth anniversary is.
“My wife has just given me the most amazing birthday present ever in life!” Tweet the new dad soon after birth. “There will never be able to overcome this!”
Cannon and Carey are the only ones excited about her double joy.
Babies are only one day old, but they – and their famous parents – and getting some major love from the biggest names in the business.
Twitter Carey has returned to the good wishes he has received – and there are many.
“Congratulations!” Mariah & Nick wrote a clearly excited Nicki Minaj. “The twins have finally landed on earth! Yaaayyyyy!!!!! @ MariahCarey mmmuuuuaaahhhh!!!!!!”
For a long time producer Jermaine Dupre Carey: “Congratulations to Nick and @ MariahCarey, for the birth of a girl and a boy.”
“Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Cannon, ur twin babies!” Wrote a member of R & B group Boyz II Men. “Enjoy the sleepless nights for the next few weeks, trust me lol!”
Even fellow mom-to-be Alyssa Milano sent the couple her love of re-tweet your birth announcement and the addition of “Congratulations!”
Carey appeared at 12:07 on Saturday in an undisclosed hospital, her representative Cindy Berger confirmed.
As she and Cannon can be glamorous celebrity, birth had its share of unexpected hiccups. Berger told the Associated Press that Cannon was the wrong department of the hospital and had to be taken to the maternity ward by a nurse.
“It was just from an ‘I Love Lucy” sketch “he said.
The girl was born first, weighing 5 pounds 3 ounces, followed by her brother, who is 5 pounds, 6 ounces. Both babies are not named yet.
But proud papa barrel promises, “No crazy names will be as the carburetor or something.”
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