The pair captured the special day
Nick Cannon and Alyssa Scott spent time at the beach with late son Zen during his final days
The pair's son died at just 5 months old in December 2021 from a brain tumor
They returned to the beach with daughter Halo, 13 months, to feel close to Zen
Both the Masked Singer host, 43, and the model mom, 30, shared moments from a special beach trip with daughter Halo Marie. The three visited the beach where Cannon and Scott spent time with son Zen, who died at 5 months old in December 2021.
Scott's post featured black and white video where she twirls Halo as the sunlight shines down on them as "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" plays. Cannon appears later in the video, playing peekaboo with his baby girl, 13 months, while she's in her mom's arms.
"Dreams really do come true 🤍 mommy & daddy love you," she captioned the video,
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Cannon later shared his own Reel from the day, with many of the same moments but in color. In his video, the sounds of the beach can be heard behind the family of three, who enjoy the special time together.
"Zen’s Light and presence shining over little miss Halo and Mommy and Daddy! What a beautiful day to remind us all that there is a higher power and God’s Energy and frequency to keep us all going under his grace and mercy even in the midst of challenges. ❤️🙏🏾@itsalyssaemm."
In addition to Halo and Zen, Cannon is also dad to twins Moroccan and Monroe,12, with ex-wife Mariah Carey; sons Golden Sagon, 6½, and Rise Messiah, 15 months, and daughter Powerful Queen, 3, with Brittany Bell; twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir, 2½, and daughter Beautiful Zeppelin, 14 months, with Abby De La Rosa; son Legendary Love, 17 months, with Bre Tiesi; and daughter Onyx Ice, 15 months, with LaNisha Cole.
Speaking with PEOPLE recently, Cannon opened up about the most rewarding part of being a dad.
"Just hearing your kids say, 'I love you, Daddy.' You know what I mean?" he shared.
"The first time they say it, whether they're one year old or 18 months, to hearing it from your kids that are on the brink of being teenagers, there's nothing better than that," he continued, also noting that "big hugs" and "picking them up from school" are some other "best" moments.
When asked if he has any plans to welcome any more kids to his larger-than-life brood, Cannon laughed, telling PEOPLE, "I'm chilling right now. There's no plans on the horizon as of yet."
"It's so funny, everybody's always trying to get me to have more kids," he continued. "It's like, 12 ain't enough?"
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