Nick Cannon knows that his kids are some fortunate little ones, and he wants to make sure they know it, as well!
“I want my kids to understand that every child isn’t as fortunate as they are. I want [them] to grow up helping others. I was raised by my grandmother. We were low-income, but she was always taking in foster kids. She would help anyone, and it was a good lesson for me growing up.”
Nick Cannon was on hand to help support the charity called the Children's Miracle Network Hospital where children ages 3 to 17 are fighting diseases or recovering from traumatic injuries.
Here's what he said:
“I really believe in this charity, in this event,” he says. “It’s our duty to help kids who need it.”
And what are his own kids up to these days??
“My son was playing with [my computer] and he broke [a key],. My kids are already attracted to technology. They want to touch it; they’re always reaching for it. They love my iPad. That’s their generation; they love computers. So it’ll be important as they grow older to know what they’re doing online, to keep them safe.”
Sounds like you're getting this parenting stuff down to a T!
Great job, Nick!
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