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Mariah Carey Is Prepping Her Baby For Christmas — She Sings To Her Bump! So Sweet!

Mon, November 22, 2010 2:22pm EDT by 1 Comment

FamePictures.comMariah Carey doesn’t just serenade her baby bump with one holiday tune — she sings the entire album!

What better way to get your unborn baby into the holiday spirit than with some Christmas tunes! Mariah Carey, 41, is expecting her first baby with husband Nick Cannon, 30, this winter and she is already getting the little one excited about music! In an interview with Radio Disney‘s Ernie D Mariah opens up about how she communicates with her future bundle of joy. Ernie asks the diva if there is a certain song from her “Merry Christmas II You” album that she is singing to her baby and she says, “The whole album, because I was recording this, and that’s what was going on. I just hope that they don’t turn out hating Christmas!”

Mariah took four pregnancy tests before believing she was pregnant!

Of course, Mariah is well aware that this Christmas will be a whole lot different than previous ones, because of her current condition. “I’m trying to figure out how I can do some of the things, but a lot of the things are just out,” she explains. “I’m trying to figure out where we’re going for Christmas, because I usually go to Aspen, but I’m not supposed to go there this year because I can’t ski and I can’t really do any of that stuff being pregnant.”

Mariah’s craving McDonald’s cheeseburgers!

Well Mariah, just because you can’t ski doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some hot cocoa by a warm fire. Maybe you can even host an impromptu ski lodge Christmas concert, so your baby can hear his or her favorite tunes all over again! Then again, there’s nothing wrong with staying home this holiday season and snuggling with Nick under the mistletoe. Either way, they’re sure to have a very happy holiday as they anxiously awaits the arrival of their little one.

–Leigh Blickley

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