Jessica Simpson Reveals the Easter Theme She Pulled Off to Make Her Family Smile: 'It Worked'
Jessica Simpson had a larger than life Easter with her family.
The Open Book writer, 40, shared a photo on Monday from her holiday with husband Eric Johnson and their children, daughters Birdie Mae, 2, and Maxwell Drew, 8½, and son Ace Knute, 7½. In the picture, the family of five is smiling together in a room full of large Easter eggs and chick decorations.
The gigantic theme related to a movie they'd seen a lot together during the quarantine, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids from 1989, in which a scientist accidentally resized his children to the size of tiny bugs.
"Our favorite quarantine movie was Honey, I shrunk the kids ... so I wanted to make a Honey, I shrunk the bunny theme for Easter to make them smile. It worked?" Simpson explains in hers Caption.
On Easter Sunday, Simpson shared a family selfie and joked next to the cute holiday snapshot: "He's risen, and so are we !!! Good God, that was an early morning?"
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Speaking to PEOPLE last month, the singer said she learned "I'm capable of so much more than I thought", both in general and in relation to the parents of her three children.
"I definitely had to multitask to a whole new level this year, between my kids who were in school on Zoom and a working mom who kept the Jessica Simpson collection running remotely, executing inspired ideas that go on forever and rewarded so many while keeping my family smiling, "she said.
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Through all of this, the star was "reminded that my faith, God, husband, children, extended family, friends, health and safety are to be held with more gratitude than ever before."
"I've also learned almost every batik-and-slime project [and] every sport that can be played in a backyard, and I've noticed what every single cul-de-sac in my neighborhood looks like," joked Simpson.
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