Jessica Simpson just put a spin on the #10yearchallenge - using her feet!

Brenda Watkins
January 22, 2019

Simpson announced in September she is expecting her third child with husband Eric Johnson.

The proud momma - and momma-to-be, with her coming daughter - enjoyed her baby shower over the weekend, and Jess was not quite so subtle with alluding to what her potential name choice for the coming child might be: Birdie.

Oh, wait, was that first part about a little birdie?!

But apparently they're not too happy about it.

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Jessica Simpson has hinted her daughter will be called Birdie. In a snapshot posted to the fashion entrepreneur's Instagram, a sign that reads "Birdie's Nest" in neon lights hung above Jessica and her 6-year-old daughter, Maxwell, who were both dressed in flowing floral dresses. "Please don't name the girl Birdie", one commenter pleaded, while another questioned whether or not the moniker would have "a negative effect on a kid long-term". "Nothing helped me!" wrote someone.

Instead of showing off her "glow up", or incredible transformation, the 38-year-old pregnant singer and actress took the opportunity to show off the transformation her body has undergone since becoming pregnant with her third child. "Feel free to add a couple drops of lavender, rose, rosemary, or wintergreen essential oil", one person advised. "I have two handsome children and I'm not having a third".

Seeing this, fans were instantly convinced that must be the name the star and her hubby picked.

In one image, Simpson - who wore a white lace dress with a green robe - posed alongside her daughter Maxwell "Maxi" Drew, 6½, who smiled while placing a hand on her mother's baby bump.

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