Jessica Simpson's Daughter Birdie Mae Is a Copy of Her Mom as They Roll Their Tongues in a Funny Pic
Jessica Simpson shared an adorable snap with her youngest daughter, Birdie, as they posed similarly with their “taco tongues.”
Jessica Simpson is an accomplished singer, actress, and fashion designer who balances work and family well. She is a proud mother to two daughters, Maxwell and Birdie, and a son, Ace, with her husband, Eric Johnson.
As a mom, Simpson tries to build a close relationship with her kids, which is evidently seen in their many Instagram posts. The 40-year-old also maintains openness with her children and tells them about the difficulty she faced in the past.
FUNNY FACES WITH BIRDIE
The “I Wanna Love You Forever” songstress recently shared a glimpse of her day with her youngest daughter, Birdie. The duo looked comfortable sitting side-by-side while posing similarly with their tongues rolled. Simpson captioned the post:
“Taco tongues are our daily thang [sic]. Tabasco anyone?”
The artist’s fans and social media followers immediately flooded the comments section with sweet words, calling her daughter adorable. Some even shared information about how the duo shaped their tongue, calling it a genetic ability.
Apart from being a multi-talented star and an amazing mother, Simpson is also an author. She most recently published the paperback edition of her 2020 memoir, titled “Open Book.”
Simpson was previously married to Nick Lachey in 2002 and starred in their own reality show, “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica.”
As the title suggests, the doting mom detailed much of her life in the pages, focusing on her career, addiction, previous sexual abuse, past relationship, and her most prized possession, family.
SOBRIETY AMIDST COVID-19
“I have not thought about alcohol [...] It’s weird because alcohol was an easy thing for me to give up.”
Her husband also played a significant role in the sobriety process as he joined her in the journey. Simpson has praised Johnson on many occasions and sees him as the most selfless husband and father ever.
A SUPPORTIVE HUSBAND
During an interview on “Good Morning America,” Simpson also revealed that her spouse had been supportive of her “Open Book” writing process and understood why his wife wanted to share her story.
“He really nurtured my character,” she said, adding that she would share her after-therapy journals with him. Simpson and Johnson tied the knot in 2014 at the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California.
Simpson was previously married to Nick Lachey in 2002 and starred in their own reality show, “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica.” After three years and three seasons, they decided to end the relationship.