Taking care of one baby is hard - twins are another story altogether. When Mariah Carey gave birth to twins Monroe and Moroccan, people loved to joke about how the demand on her time and energy would be too much for the notorious diva. I think she's doing a pretty good job of it though. In honor of Oxygen's upcoming show Fix My Mom, here are 7 times Mariah Carey was an awesome mom.
1. When She Made A Website For Her Newborns
Any parent will tell you that you've got to have a sense of humor to get through the trials and tribulations of raising children (especially young ones). Making an entire website for your babies may seem like a totally over-the-top move, but naming the site "DemBabies.com" proves that Mariah is able to find the humor in it.
2. When she took her babies to Paris
Most parents want their children to be cultured, and exposing them to different locales at a young age is a wonderful thing to do, if you're able. Mariah obviously has the means to travel, and it's great that she wants her kids to see the world too.
3. When she took the twins with her to get her Hollywood Walk of Fame star
This is just an adorable moment. Getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is a big deal, and sharing that moment with your family makes it even more special.
4. When she got crafty for Halloween
Mariah Carey may be an icon in the music industry, but she's not too famous to get her hands a little dirty. She could have easily just purchased Halloween decorations, but where's the fun in that? Arts and crafts time with your kids is always a good opportunity to have fun together.
5. When she got just as excited about the first day of school as every other mother
The first day of school is a big deal, not just for kids but for mothers too. This pic is just way too adorable.
6. When she brought Monroe and Moroccan on stage during a performance
Who says Mariah Carey doesn't like to share the stage?
7. When she shared this sweet duet with daughter Monroe
Like mother, like daughter.
Watch 'Fix My Mom' premiering on Oxygen Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 9/8c!