If you can look at these photos without saying, "awwww!" you probably want to go to a doctor, because you may not have a heart.
Nick Cannon is a proud father, and to prove it, he Tweeted some photos of he and Mariah Carey's six-month old twins, Moroccan and Monroe. The babies were born back in April, and before giving birth, Mariah Tweeted a photo of her pregnant stomach, along with the phrase, "Dem Babies." Well, "Dem Babies" is pretty much both their names now.
In one picture, Moroccan laughs as some sort of crab toy covers his face. His sister, Monroe, wears a matching crab shirt, and let's face it. These kids are undeniably adorable. Nick told Hollyscoop: "My daughter is definitely a diva." In this photo, she's definitely got her diva pose down.
Another photo shows "Dem Babies" spelled out on balloons, hanging above a couch that the twins are posing on. These kids got it made.
Moroccan and Monroe recently had their primetime debut, when Barbara Walters interviewed the parents on 20/20 in October.
"I don't think I understood the enormity and the magnitude of what it really does to your body," Carey, 41, told Walters. "Carrying two babies. Unless somebody's been through it, it's difficult to understand what I went through, because my pregnancy was very unique in terms of what happened to me."
The kids are getting free concerts, too. During the interview, Mariah sang We Belong Together to her kids. She probably still asked that there be bottled Fiji water and all red M&Ms in the room, though.
Mariah recently said in an interview that pregnancy has helped her singing career:
“Right now I feel like pregnancy actually helped me vocally,” Carey said. “At this moment my voice is in great shape.”
And speaking of great shape, what's up with that post-baby body? Mariah gave birth to those twins, and almost immediately looked like her old self. But the weight she gained during her pregnancy was tough to deal with. She battled gestational diabetes and toxemia.
“You couldn’t make me go through that again," Mariah said. "I knew I was going to gain weight during the pregnancy, but I didn’t think about the pain the weight would cause."
The singer added: "I didn’t know if I was going to be able to walk again ... I couldn’t get up out of my chair alone.”