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Vanessa Lachey

Justin Coit

Ladies and gentlemen, we present to you one pretty adorable family.

More than three months after welcoming their second child together, Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey decided to thank fans for all their love and support in the sweetest way possible.

How does a brand-new family photo sound?!

"Family is EVERYTHING!" the couple wrote on Vanessa's personal website while showing off their son Camden and daughter Brooklyn. "Love, the Lacheys."

And for those keeping track, this is the first time we see their baby girl's face without anything covering her eyes or head. She appears sound asleep while being cradled in mama's arms. Awww!

Vanessa Lachey, Instagram

Instagram

"Thank You ALL so much for the love and support you continue to give to me and my family," Vanessa continued on her website. "I am very appreciative and grateful! Let me know your thoughts on the website and what you'd like to see more of. Recipes? Party Ideas? Fashion? Mommy Ideas? I can't wait to hear your thoughts. X"

The photo comes just a few short weeks after Nick talked with E! News about what life is like with both a newborn and a toddler. Turns out it's not as bad as one would imagine.

"It's not that crazy," he admitted. "When you've had one, you kind of know a little better what to expect with No. 2. [They] were both really, really, really good babies."

Things are going so well that even Camden has no qualms about being a big brother to his new sibling. 

Vanessa Lachey, Nick Lachey

Vanessalachey.com

"He's very protective. Like if Brooklyn's crying, Camden wants to make sure he lets us know that she's crying, and he wants to know why," the 98 Degrees singer explained. "I like that he's kind of getting his protective big brother instincts going already. That's a good thing."

And if you're wondering if these family photos are going to get any bigger anytime soon, well you better hold your horses for a little bit longer. While the couple doesn't have a set number of kids they hope to raise, more is definitely a possibility.

"In some ways, it seems like two is the perfect number to kind of stop on, but any time you aim to plan with this kind of stuff, life has a funny way of throwing you curveballs, so who knows?" he confessed. "We'll just have to see where it goes!"