It was a “Hoppy Easter” indeed for singer Jessica Simpson and her new family of five.

As Dearly previously reported, Simpson and her husband, Eric Johnson, welcomed their third child into the world on March 19.

For the first month of Birdie Mae’s life, the parents kept the baby girl private. Now, the singer and fashion designer is introducing Birdie to the world.

While sharing photos of what their family’s Easter celebration looked like, Simpson also shared the first public photo of Birdie Mae on Instagram.

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Birdie Mae Johnson

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The one-month-old donned a white floral dress with a matching headband.

And although her outfit was adorable, fellow celebrity, Busy Phillips and other fans could not get over Birdie’s cheeks.

Phillips wrote:

Omg those cheeks!!!

While others followed suit:

omg those cheeks!!! she’s perfect

Give me those cheeks!

I’m coming now to squeeze those cheeks!!!!!

Oh my goodness….look at those cheeks. What a gorgeous healthy baby girl

OMG, seriously adorable!! Those cheeks are just edible. Soooooo sweet!

Hey there sweet cheeks!

Actress Selma Blair also commented on the picture saying:

Congratulations. What a bunny.

Simpson later shared another photo of Birdie in her bassinette, this time with her older sister, Maxwell, hovering over her.

The two girls donned matching outfits:

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The big sister seems smitten by Birdie.

The proud wife and mom also shared a group shot of all five of them.

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Happy Easter from the Johnson Family, Party of 5! ???

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She wrote:

Happy Easter from the Johnson Family, Party of 5!


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