Once Dem Babies – who are probably already three months old by now- finally get here, Nick and Mariah will not be planning another pregnancy before Mimi’s oven shuts down.
Mariah tells the twins’ godparents at Life & Style Magazine that she’s not strong enough to do this again.
In an interview with Life & Style magazine, the pop superstar admits she’s “ready to be done” as a mum.
She admits her pregnancy has been difficult at times and it would take “a much stronger person” than her to go through it all again.
But Carey admits she has cherished the experience of pregnancy after miscarrying a child in 2009.
She tells the publication, “It’s all worth it.”
Little does she know, the real fun starts next month, when the twins are allegedly due.
All jokes aside, Mariah sounds like she is ready to give these kids the world, including bicostal nurseries.
“I wanted to create a beautiful, tranquil, cozy environment for the babies,” Mariah tells Life & Style in an exclusive interview.
Mariah’s favorite part of the twins’ LA nursery? The cloudscape, star-speckled ceiling. “The ceiling has orangey-pink clouds in a blue sky with golden stars twinkling. It’s based on two songs I wrote that are fan favorites: ‘Underneath the Stars’ and ‘Close My Eyes,'” Mariah tells Life & Style. “Sometimes I just sit in the nursery and stare at the ceiling because I love it so much. To me, it symbolizes wanting my children to dream as big as possible and to let their imaginations be unbridled.” Mariah also incorporated her favorite winged insects, butterflies, into the nursery and super-soft stuffed-animal lambs, what the singer endearingly calls her fans.
Mariah has also been busy coordinating a nursery for the twins at her NYC apartment. “I prefer the East Coast schooling over the West Coast,” Nick tells Life & Style. “But there are other things that come into play, like work.”
While Mariah has enjoyed her pregnancy, she and Nick are certainly ready for the arrival of their son and daughter! “Being a mother is probably the hardest job in the world. I feel like, in a lot of ways, children come into the world to teach us,” Mariah says. “It’s going to be a delicate balance between raising them around glitz and glamour and keeping them grounded. One thing I’m sure of is that I’ll be grateful for the twins every day, no matter what.”
No mention of the word Nanny yet. GO Mariah!