It's a girl for Jessica Simpson and husband Eric Johnson!
The couple welcomed their third child today, and they continued the family tradition of non-traditional monikers.
Birdie Mae Johnson entered the world in Los Angeles Tuesday evening.
The big news came less than 24 hours after Simpson shared a pic of her massive baby bump on Instagram.
She and Eric are already parents to daughter Maxwell, 6, and son Ace 5.
Insiders have confirmed that baby Birdie entered the world weighing 10.5 pounds.
A source tells People magazine that "Birdie" was selected because it's a family name, and Jessica thought it "sounded sweet."
No argument here!
Pics of the new addition are being kept under wraps for now, but you can bet they'll be published by People or another big-name outlet within the next few days.
Jessica loves to share everything with fans, and she's proven adept at landing 7-figure media deals.
Simpson shared the news of her pregnancy on Instagram back in August.
“SURPRISE …" the singer, actress, and fashion mogul wrote.
“This little baby girl will make us a family of five,” she added.
“We couldn’t be happier to announce this precious blessing of life.”
Obviously, fans and media outlets have been watching Jessica's social media posts very closely ever since.
But Simpson says the most intense scrutiny came courtesy of her son and daughter.
“The questions I get on the daily from Maxwell and Ace are hilarious," Jessica said in an October interview.
“They want to know every detail — like how milk comes out of Mommy, how the baby will actually get here and if my belly button is a speaker to communicate with the baby."
Simpson added that she and her husband “are constantly cracking up and trying to figure out how to be honest … but not traumatize them or the friends and teachers we know they are sharing every detail with!”
According to People, Simpson first revealed the baby's name to family and friends at a "Birdie's nest" themed baby shower back in January.
"It was a great day. Jessica is feeling very loved and she is ready for [Birdie] to come,” a said one attendee.
“She felt very loved, surrounded by her closest friends and her mom and her sister.”
Our sincere congratulations go out to Jessica and her entire flock!