Nick Lachey: Camden Will Be Raised In Ohio

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Nick Lachey promoted his new album A Father’s Lullaby on Live With Kelly and Michael this morning (April 17).

He later tweeted: “Wow, I got a little emotional singing on @kellyandmichael this morning. Hard to sing while watching that video! I love that little guy!”

In another interview with GMA - Nick said that when his 7-month-old son Camden gets a little older – he and his wife Vanessa will permanently relocate to his hometown of Cincinnati.

He explained, “I’ve never embraced the idea of raising my kid in L.A. I want to move back home in a few years when Camden starts school. Vanessa and I share a common understanding that family is the most important thing and we both appreciate the idea of raising our kids around their grandparents and cousins.”

Makes sense since the 98 Degrees singer already owns a home there. In fact – the property is right next to his band mate and brother Drew and his family.

He added, “I can’t wait till [our kids] are running through the woods together like Drew and I used to. It’s going to be a lot of fun to watch them grow up together!”

Asked if he and Vanessa will have more kids he replied, “We’ve definitely talked about having more than one and having one has only strengthened that. But my brother and I are almost three years apart, so I thought that was a nice age difference. So maybe in a bit!”

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  1. Anonymous

    Yeah right! Celebs say that all the time. And they always end up right back in L.A., the town that made them who they are! That is IF they ever leave in the first place.

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  2. zxcvbnmasdfghjklqwertyuiop

    I totally agree. You mean to tell me they will be in Ohio ALL the time? Yeah right. Just like the McConaugheys – they said they were moving to Texas and yet when they’re photographed it’s always in Los Angeles.

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  3. TP

    I hate to break it to you, Nick, but your kid is here NOW, you are raising him NOW, and you do NOT live in Ohio. So cut the crap.

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