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Jimmy Fallon: Why Moms ‘Have to Be the Disciplinarians’ of Daughters

05/07/2015 at 08:15 PM ET

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As the father to two little girls, Jimmy Fallon has become that dad.

“I thought I’d never be that annoying person [who shares pictures of his kids], but as soon as Winnie was born, I was showing iPhone snaps to a cab driver,” the Tonight Show host, 40, says in a new interview with Parents.

Of course, there are some not-so-fun things about being a dad to daughters Frances Cole, 5 months and Winnie Rose, 22 months.

“They vomit a lot. For a second I thought I needed to rename my first Linda Blair and hire a priest, because she was spitting up so much,” Fallon jokes.

But overall, the Saturday Night Live alum has taken to fatherhood like a champ.

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Aw! Jimmy Fallon Shares New Photo of Baby Franny

02/17/2015 at 02:30 PM ET

Jimmy Fallon and wife Nancy Juvonen Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Jimmy Fallon is swapping “Ew!” for “Aw!”

The Tonight Show host posted a new photo of daughter Frances Cole — adorably dubbed “Franny” — Tuesday on Instagram — and she’s a wide-eyed cutie.

“Franny Fallon wishes you a happy Tuesday!” he captioned the snapshot.

Fallon, 40, and wife Nancy, 47, welcomed the baby girl in December. She joined big sister Winnie Rose, 19 months.

“Being a father is the most exciting, amazing thing that ever happened to me,” Fallon told PEOPLE in June. “And everything’s going well on the show. My life has never been this cool.”

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Jimmy Fallon Introduces Daughter Frances Cole

12/09/2014 at 12:15 PM ET

Jimmy Fallon Welcomes Daughter Frances Cole
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Update: After taking a three-day break from The Tonight Show, Fallon returned on Monday with a special surprise: the first photos of his newborn baby girl.

“That’s just a cute little baby, right?” he told the audience. “I just want to say it’s just a big deal for us and I just want to thank everyone, the nurses and the doctors and our surrogate, who had our baby. There are angels in Dallas, Texas.”

Posted Dec. 3: It’s been a banner year for Jimmy Fallon.

The Tonight Show host, 40, and wife Nancy welcomed their second child on Wednesday, a rep for the couple confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.

Frances Cole Fallon officially entered the world at 8:45 a.m. on Dec. 3, weighing 5 lbs., 11 oz. and is 18.5 inches long,” the statement reads.

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Aww! Jimmy Fallon Pens His First Baby Book

10/20/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

It’s the magical moment most parents secretly wish will end in a win for them — baby’s first word!

But then it happened: first-time father Jimmy Fallon‘s daughter Winnie Rose gave those coveted bragging rights to mom Nancy Juvonen Fallon.

Now the Tonight Show host is doing his part to ensure his fellow fathers don’t miss out on the milestone by publishing his second children’s book, Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada.

“This is one of the few celebrity books that you can tell was actually written by a celebrity,” Fallon, 40, jokes.

The sweet picture book — available June 9 — serves as a hilarious how-to on coaching your kiddie to show Dad some love, with cows, sheep, horses and mice prompting their pint-sized mini-me‘s to say, “Dada.”

Jimmy Fallon kids book Dada
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Jimmy Fallon’s Daughter Winnie Is All Ears

10/21/2013 at 11:00 AM ET

How un-bear-ably cute!

Proud papa Jimmy Fallon shared a sweet snapshot of his bouncing baby girl on Instagram Monday, posting a picture of his 3-month-old daughter Winnie Rose relaxing in her activity center.

“Jumping bear,” Fallon, 39, captioned the photo of his firstborn, clad in a cozy pink romper, complete with little ears.

The new dad — he and his wife Nancy welcomed Winnie via surrogate in July — has said that while the couple’s path to parenthood, which included several failed fertility treatments, was hard, it was all worth the wait.

“I just love her. She’s a little angel. She’s so cute and so fun,” Fallon said in August. “Little girls especially unlock something in your heart.”

Jimmy Fallon Daughter Winnie Rose
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Jimmy Fallon Reveals Inspiration Behind Winnie’s Name

08/13/2013 at 01:00 PM ET

Jimmy Fallon Today Show
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What’s in a name? A whole lot if you’re Jimmy Fallon.

Fallon says his 3-week-old daughter Winnie Rose was named in part after the lake where he and his wife, Nancy Juvonen Fallon, vacationed together every summer and were engaged: New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee.

“We were talking about different names. You over-think names — you don’t want a name that’s been done, but then you don’t want something so weird people are like, ‘What?!’ Winnipesaukee’s a little long,” the Late Night host, 38, joked on TODAY Tuesday. “Also she’s a ‘win’ for us.”

He added that the correlation with the character from The Wonder Years isn’t so bad either.
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Jimmy Fallon: Our Daughter Was Born via Surrogate

08/09/2013 at 01:00 PM ET

Jimmy Fallon Nancy Juvonen Surrogacy
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Two weeks after announcing that he and his wife had welcomed a baby girl, new dad Jimmy Fallon reveals their daughter Winnie Rose was born via surrogate.

“It wasn’t really a secret, but my wife and I had been trying for awhile to have a baby. We’ve tried a bunch of different things … anyone who’s tried, knows — it’s awful. So we had a surrogate,” the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon host says in a new interview with TODAY.

Having faced fertility struggles before, Fallon, 38, and his wife Nancy, 46, chose to keep the exciting news to themselves, preferring to celebrate with family and friends once they were officially first-time parents.
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