Despite being a father to a dozen precious youngsters from multiple baby mamas, Nick Cannon is proving more and more that he ticks all the boxes as an exemplary father.
Most recently, the famous TV personality showed he values family bonding as he brought some of his kids together to share a memorable moment away from their mamas, just like he did earlier this month.
Nick Cannon Posts Instagram Pic Of Two Of His Children Bonding
Cannon recently showed off two of his babies, Legendary Love and Halo Marie, having “A Legendary Halo Experience!” in a new photo on his Instagram Story. The duo appeared at ease in each other’s company as they had fun with multicolored toys in a woven basket.
Legendary, whom the comedian shares with Bre Tiesi, was seen wearing a black shirt and holding a red pyramid plaything. Several more toys of varied colors were also scattered beside him. His half-sister, Halo, who is also Cannon’s daughter with Alyssa Scott, held onto the basket with a toothless grin. She was dressed in a white dress and matching shoes, paired with a pink bow in her hair.
Such a display of familial connection would prompt fans’ recollection of when Golden, the 42-year-old’s son with Brittany Bell, hung out with his first son Moroccan, from his marriage to the outstanding Mariah Carey. Cannon was over the moon as he dropped two cute shots of them on his Instagram with the caption, “Brotherly Love!”
The half-brothers were casually dressed for the outing, with Moroccan looking stylish in a black T-shirt and shorts, matching his white-and-neon-heeled sneakers. Golden opted for a blue-themed outfit comprising a T-shirt, white shorts with blue linings at the hem, and sneakers.
The pair looked strikingly alike in the photos, given their curly hair, and in the first slide, they were captured embracing with Moroccan expressing shock while his younger sibling was all smiles. The following slide showed them still sharing a tight hug, but this time, the older sibling grinned at the camera while a beaming Golden looked up at him.
Cannon’s followers were utterly taken with the lovely pictures as many headed to the comments section to gush. One of the admirers was Bre Tiesi, who wrote, “Aweee that look tho.”
A fellow supporter declared their love, adding that they wondered how many of the “Drumline” actor’s broods got to see each other. “Omgggg, your oldest son is your twin 🥺🥰,” one more fan noted, while another remarked, “Little brother looks like he adores his big brother.”
One Instagram user was all about the boys’ “beautiful smiles” but also pointed out the “precious” adoration in Golden’s eyes, followed by another who expressed, “Love to see it, can’t wait to see all the siblings together in one photo someday ❤️❤️.”
Subsequently, an admirer who once saw Cannon at the “American Dream” having family time believed it was “nice” seeing him spending quality time with his kids. Another commenter wrote, “Two different babies, mommy, and they look like twins with nice, nice genes, by the way ❤️.”
Although the “Wild ‘n’ Out” host seemed overjoyed to see his kids bonding, he once confessed that he preferred to spend time with his children separately. He explained that he wanted each child to have their individual experiences but also mentioned the possibility of them gathering together to meet him in the future.
‘The Masked Singer’ Host Wanted A Master’s Degree In Child Psychology To Better Understand His Offsprings
As Cannon wishes to know more about his babies as they develop and be the best father, he is working on getting a degree that would help. In June, during a sit down with Dr. Laura Berman on the “Language of Love” podcast, the “Drumline” actor opened up about his desire, revealing his plans to get a Master’s degree in child psychology and a Ph.D. in divinity.
Dr. Berman approved of his decision, saying the degrees would “come in handy,” while the “Roll Bounce” actor agreed, admitting that he was in “that conversation every day.” Cannon then spoke more of the influence of a father’s presence in shaping a child’s life. He elaborated:
“Oh, the presence of a father and how much they will need you and the Freudian aspect of reverting to your childhood trauma, or the lack thereof. Nature versus nurture. These are conversations I have several times every single day.”