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Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Adam Carolla welcomes twins

Radio host Adam Carolla and his wife, Lynette, welcomed twins – a boy and a girl – in a California hospital Wednesday morning, Carolla announced on his radio show just after the birth.

Calling into his eponymous morning program, which was being hosted for the day by Carolla's longtime pal Jimmy Kimmel, Carolla said that son Sonny weighed in at 6 lbs., 4 oz., and daughter Natalia weighed in 5 lbs., 12 oz.

In terms of how his wife, Lynette, felt during the delivery, Carolla joked: "She's not Viking stock. She didn't take childbirth like a man. Meanwhile, I was stoic."

Carolla added: "I didn't cry. I was in the delivery room. I said I didn't want to be in the delivery room. I cut the cord, too. I didn't want to cut the cord, but the guy handed me the snippers and just sort of pushed me at my kid."

The twins are the first children for Carolla, 42, and his wife who have been married since 2002.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Cheryl RN BSN said...

It seems that Adam is forgeting who is bearing the child... It wasn't about him...His wife needed him and he needs to develop more sensitivity although one would have to think he is just kidding and using his sense of humor to detract from maybe the fears of being a first time father...It's ok to afraid...and be unsure about parenting,but I'm sure Adam is very smart and very capable of learning to be a more caring and attentive father and husband...Practice makes perfect...

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