Monday, April 22, 2019

Jessica Simpson Reveals Baby Birdie"s Face In Adorable Easter Pic at lxbr.info

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The singer just properly presented her newest addition to the family, baby girl Birdie Mae to the world just in time for Easter! Jessica Simpson took to social media to share with her many followers a pic that featured the infant’s face and it is safe to say she looks absolutely adorable!

Aside from the super squishy cheeks that can make you melt on their own, the baby was wearing a festive outfit as well!

Baby Birdie can be seen sleeping peacefully in her crib while in a floral dress.

She was also wearing a very pretty and intricate headband.

‘Birdie Mae Johnson,’ the proud mother simply captioned the cute photo.

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And that was not the only Easter family snap the celeb posted on her platform earlier today.

She also posted one featuring the whole family, including her hubby, Eric Johnson, their 5-year-old son Ace, daughter Maxwell, 6, and of course, herself, holding Birdie in her arms.

‘Happy Easter from the Johnson Family, Party of 5,’  Simpson wrote alongside the family picture.

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Despite posting multiple pics of the baby online before, this is actually the first time ever her face is revealed since previously, it’s always been hidden.

A couple of days ago, Simpson and her husband were caught on a cute date, only a month after welcoming their third child.

The singer looked beautiful and fashionable while wearing a black flowy dress.

She accessorized it with a pair of cheetah-print heels, adding some fierceness to the ensemble.

It seems like she’s really feeling herself nowadays since her pregnancy with Birdie was so hard.

The mother of three was very open about the difficult experience, including her extremely swollen ankles while carrying the baby but also the fact that she somehow managed to break a toilet.

Now that she’s no longer pregnant however, not being able to rock hills is a problem of the past.

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