Time sure goes by quickly and it’s hard to believe that Birdie Mae Johnson is now five-months-old! It seems just yesterday when Jessica Simpson was winning the 10-year-challenge with her swollen feet! Jessica shared a new, makeup-free selfie with Birdie and the picture is going viral. The new photo shows Jessica with her blonde hair pulled up in a messy bun. Her sunglasses are perched on the top of her head and baby Birdie Mae is standing on her mother’s lap looking to the side.
At 39-years-old, the mother of three looks flawless and age-defying. There’s no question that motherhood brings out Jessica’s beauty and she glows while holding her youngest daughter.
Jessica captioned the photo with the following.
“My little labor of love this year 🥰 #BIRDIEMAE.”
Birdie Mae was born on March 19, 2019, and is growing leaps and bounds.
You may see the photo that Jessica Simpson shared with baby Birdie below.
While the picture that Jessica shared is adorable and many people remarked on how beautiful the mother and daughter appeared, there was a troll who decided to harass Jessica over a nip slip.
Instagram user Txbossdaddy, posted the following message in the comment section.
Jessica Simpson had the best clap back for the troll and her fans are loving the way she handled the situation. Instead of getting mad or angry at the remark, she chose to address the situation using humor.
Jessica replied to the comment with the following response.’
“@txbossdaddy I think it’s flattering that you think my nipple is up that high up! She included a wink emoji with the comment.
Fans have been going crazy over Jessica’s response and while her Instagram post has more than 133,000 likes and over 1,000 comments, it is the clap back that Jessica delivered to the troll that is going viral.
What do you think of how fast little Birdie Mae is growing? Are you surprised to see how big she is?
What are your views on the troll’s remark to Jessica Simpson? Did you find it to be sexual harassment? Are you one of the hundreds who are cheering her response?