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Jessica Simpson Loves Shopping for Baby Maxwell!

Jessica Simpson loves dressing up her daughter.

Let’s face it. One of the fun things about having babies is getting to dress them up in all the totally-adorbz outfits you unwrapped at the shower. As cute as it is to see the monkey pj’s and tutu onesies hanging on the racks in Babies ‘R’ Us, it’s even more precious to photograph them on your eight-pound sleeping bundle of joy. (One of the best outfits my son ever received: an infant Starfleet uniform.)

Jessica Simpson is discovering this fun for herself now that she has her almost-two-week-old Maxwell Drew at home. She undoubtedly got tons of great girly clothes at her baby shower, but she still can’t resist buying more things to adorn her little sweetie!

She went on Twitter yesterday to confess to her followers, “I’m addicted to buying headbands w massive flowers for Maxwell on Etsy!  She is so insanely beautiful, I can’t help but play dress up!”

But slipping on clothes isn’t the only thing Jessica loves about being a mom. She tweeted earlier this week, “I am so in love with baby Maxwell. I want to cry every time I look at her. Motherhood is by far the best thing I’ve ever experienced.”

It certainly seems to agree with her. A source told Us Weekly recently, “Everyone is marveling over what a natural Jessica is. She was born to be a mom!”

So when will we see little Maxwell in her flowered headbands? It shouldn’t be long, now that Jessica has sold the first cover photo rights to People.

Are  you looking forward to the first pics?

[Photo: via PacificCoastNews.com]

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