Jimmy Fallon shows off newborn baby on The 'Tonight Show'

Jimmy Fallon Shows Off Newborn Baby on the 'Tonight Show'
Jimmy Fallon Shows Off Newborn Baby on the 'Tonight Show'


Jimmy Fallon hosted his first episode of "The Tonight Show" since the birth of his second child.

And, obviously, it was the main topic of conversation during his opening monologue Monday night.

"Tiny, tiny, tiny little thing. I don't know why we strapped her in. She can't even walk. This is her getting ready to leave the hospital in her carseat," said Jimmy Fallon on the "Tonight Show."

Fallon and his wife, Nancy, welcomed Frances "Franny" Cole into the world on Dec. 3, and the late-night host couldn't stop gushing about his adorable bundle of joy.

As People pointed out last week, Jimmy and Nancy decided to keep the baby news a secret until she was delivered. Just like her older sister Winnie, Franny was born via a surrogate.

And Jimmy seems to be enjoying his time with baby Franny already, telling E! she's been very easygoing... so far. He said, "Last night we were giving her a sponge bath and she loves it when you put the water on her head, her little head, she has a tiny little round head... She's a great baby. Doesn't cry." Talk about precious.

But a new baby isn't the only big news in Jimmy's life. He was recently named Entertainment Weekly's "Entertainer of the Year." Talk about a big week!

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