Fans everywhere are delighted with the birth of a new family member for Jessica Simpson and her husband Eric Johnson. It is undoubtedly an exciting time in the couple's life. Simpson was not wasted in time to reveal the name of her daughter: Birdie.
As it is often in Hollywood, the name is not a man can often find at a museum's gift shop, but we think it is just perfect. Let's take a look at Simpson and Johnson's growing family, Birdie's full name and the meaning behind it.
Jessica Simpson's Growing Family
In 2010, Jessica Simpson started a relationship with former NFL player Eric Johnson. Both had been married earlier and they knocked it off with each other. After less than a year of meeting, the two announced that they had been engaged.
Their first child appeared on May 1
Finally, the couple ties tied in 2014 to a California ranch with 275 guests present. Their two young children also attended the ceremony as a flower girl and ring bearer respectively.
At the end of 2018, Simpson and Johnson announced that they were expecting a third child – a girlfriend who split into a sex reveals photo Simpson she published on social media.
Throughout her pregnancy, she was very open about the problems she was struggling with, albeit with the lovely Jessica Simpson style humor that fans love. The 38-year-old has shared with her supporters about her struggle with swollen ankles, acid reflux, bronchitis, sciatica, insomnia and even a broken toilet.
She was born on March 19, 2019 to a daughter named Birdie Mae Johnson.
What does the meaning behind Birdie mean?
According to The Bump, the unique moniker "Birdie" carries the meaning of "light, famous" or just "small bird". It can also be spelled "Byrdie" (as in the actress Byrdie Bell). In addition to just being full in it, it can be used as a nickname for the name "Bertha."
How popular is the Birdie name?
"Birdie" currently ranks 3,322 in popularity. It used to be more popular in the 19th century when it was ranked in the top 200. However, the name fell out of favor in the mid-20th century (at its lowest point it ranked 11,716) but moved up in the rankings in the 21st century.
Although it still feels like a name for grandma and grandmother to some, others, such as Nameberry.com CEO Pamela Redmond Satran, really do embrace it today. "Birdie" feels like a sassy but sweet, down-to-earth but unusual name, "she shared." It's also just old enough to be right on time. "
Jessica Simpson must also have noted her popularity in recent years, though she is not the first celebrity to call the child "Birdie." Actresses Busy Philipps and Maura West both named their daughters the same about 10 years ago.
Other celebrity children with unconventional names
It seems to be a common Hollywood tradition In order to give children unique names, while Jessica Simpson's three children have monks already on the atypical side, other celebrities have been even more extreme.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West turned a major head in 2013 when they called their first children "North." The couple did not stay there, however. Their two subsequent children were called "Saint" and "Chicago." They are currently expecting a fourth child and, based on the current m nstret, he / she will probably also have an additional name.
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo helped from Ellen DeGeneres to name their daughter "Dusty Rose", born in 2016.
Meanwhile, actor couples Jason Lee and Beth Riesgraf named their son "Pilot Inspector". And the same year actress Shannyn Sossamon decided to give his son with the author Dallas Clayton the name "Audio Science."