The singer and husband Eric Johnson welcomed their third child on March 19
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“This bird couldn’t be more adorable #BlueEyedBeauty #BIRDIEMAE,” the proud mom of three said on Aug. 9.
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“Today is a good day,” Simpson wrote of a smiley July 2 shot.
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Mom posted a throwback to Birdie’s arrival to pay tribute to husband Eric Johnson on Father’s Day.
“Anyone that knows my husband Eric would agree that he is hands down the best Father in the world. Happy Father’s Day baby! Thank you for always putting love first. This family of 5 loves you with all of our hearts,” she shared in her caption.
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“Cutest dimples I ever did see (said with some thick southern accent in my head),” the proud mom wrote on Instagram.
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Baby Birdie was comfy cozy in her basinette in early June.
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Of big brother Ace, Simpson wrote, “I love the way he loves her.”
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Big sister Maxi got the same treatment: “I love the way she loves her,” Simpson shared.
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Super-psyched Ace, skeptical Birdie.
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“These ladies make my heart burst with love sprinkles,” Simpson wrote alongside a photo of her two daughters.
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Grandma Tina Simpson came by in May for some “Sunday snuggles,” Mom shared.
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On Mother’s Day, Simpson posted a new pic of her daughter, writing, “Birdie you steal my heart.”
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Simpson wished her fans a good nights rest with an adorable photo of her baby girl, writing, “Nighty Night friends.”
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The new mom celebrated “a Birdie Mae Sunday” with an adorable photo of her baby girl.
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In honor of eldest child Maxwell’s 7th birthday in May 2019, Simpson shared a shot of the whole happy family.
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Birdie’s shirt says it all: don’t wake a sleeping baby!
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Simpson joked her daughter was “rollin’ into the weekend” in a sweet Instagram.
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Easter 2019 called for a photo of the Johnsons in their coordinated Sunday best — a sleeping Birdie included.
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Welcome to the world, Birdie! In an Instagram post announcing the baby’s arrival, Simpson shared an image of her daughters holding hands.
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About six weeks after Birdie’s birth, Simpson shared photos from inside the delivery room.
“Eric and I had both of our families and some of our best friends there to welcome her, it was very special,” she said. “When my doctor went back to the waiting room to deliver the news that Birdie had arrived healthy, they apparently cheered so loud you could hear it all the way to the next unit of the hospital.”
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