Camden Lachey is going to be a big brother! His parents, 98 Degrees frontman and VH1’s Big Morning Buzz host Nick Lachey and “Dads” star Vanessa Lachey just announced that Vanessa is pregnant with the couple’s second child (a girl) today on Twitter. The couple recently sat down with Parents magazine to chat about how they met, their adorable son Camden, how they make it work and their growing family.
When Camden was born, Nick created the lullaby album A Father’s Lullaby, and the couple joked that “if he doesn’t do one for each of the kids they’re going to think Camden is Daddy’s favorite!”
As for where they’d like Camden and their unborn daughter to grow up, “the couple would love to reach a place in their careers where they could move permanently to their second home in Cincinnati, next door to Uncle Drew.”
Congratulations to Nick, Vanessa and Camden Lachey! Don’t forget to pick up the latest issue of Parents magazine. Head over to Parents.com to see the couple face-off in Parents.com exclusive “The New Parents Game”:https://www.parents.com/videos/v/90772764/nick-and-vanessa-lachey-the-new-parents-game.htm?
Excerpts from Nick and Vanessa Lachey’s interview with Parent magazine!
On starting to talk about kids in detail: As we started getting serious [about having kids], we’d ask each other things like ‘What kind of parent would you be?’ Then when I was pregnant, we really talked. ‘How would we teach him right from wrong? How would we raise him with values?’ At that point it wasn’t hypothetical – it was happening whether we were ready or not!’ (V)
On Vanessa as a mother: “My wife’s maternal side is a new dynamic to her personality – and it’s definitely made her even sexier.” (N)
On Nick as a father: “I knew the man I was going to marry was not only a great man, a good friend, and a family guy, but he was going to respect and treat me well and be an amazing father and role model to our children. That’s Nick.” (V)
On being conscious of their fame with social media: “As a parent, it can be exciting to share photos of your child on social media, but we try to keep in mind that things can be picked up by the press. What’s being a proud parent and what is sharing too much? You can drive yourself crazy thinking about it!” (V)
On what’s next for the Lachey family: “We definitely want more kids. You don’t want kids to have to share the game group of friends.” (N)
“But you don’t want them so far apart that they have nothing in common.” (V)
“Yes, they have to be close enough in age so they can still relate to each other.” (N)