Jimmy Fallon's baby is so adorable — and her name is even cuter (PHOTO)

Dec 9, 2014 at 2:39 p.m. ET
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Jimmy Fallon welcomed his second child on Wednesday, Dec. 3, and he shared a few adorable photos of the new baby girl during The Tonight Show on Monday.

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Super-cute and adorably tiny, that's what Fallon's new baby can be best described as. Plus, her name, Frances Cole, is just as sweet as she looks. The funny host proudly showed off some photos of his new baby girl during the show, pulling them up from his phone for all to see. Undoubtedly, the cute pics were met by loud "awwwwws" from the audience as Fallon held the phone up, saying, "She's a tiny little thing."

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Fallon, 40, and his wife Nancy welcomed the baby via surrogate last Wednesday, joining big sister Winnie Rose, who is 16 months. The photos, tiled together, show three images of the little baby, one of which shows Frances' tiny alert face, and a fourth photo features little Winnie Rose with her parents, apparently as they get ready for their newest family member's arrival.

During Monday's show, after showcasing the new baby photos, Fallon spoke with Chris Rock, who was more than eager to give the second-time dad some advice on raising two girls.

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"First of all, two kids are easier than one because they play together. When you've got one, you have to be the show. When you have two, you're just an usher," Rock said. "They can play in the park, you read the paper. 'Hey, hey! Get off her hair!' You go back to reading the paper."

Grateful for the funny advice, Fallon happily said he has a lot to look forward to. He was also very thankful to all those who helped to welcome Frances to the world, including the surrogate mother. "I just want to say that there are angels in Dallas, Texas, so thank you so much."

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