Jamie Lynn Spears feels 'complete' watching daughter Maddie 'fall in love' with her baby sister
Jamie Lynn Spears just gave birth to her second daughter with husband Jamie Watson and is feeling complete on seeing the baby girls bond
Jamie Lynn Spear's daughters are already getting along well. It has been just about three days since the actress and singer gave birth to her second child with her husband Jamie Watson. Her 9½-year-old daughter Maddie seems to be thrilled at the idea of being a big sister.
As reported by PEOPLE, Spears shared, "Maddie was the first one to meet her after she was born. The new baby was so peaceful the moment her sister held her. I have never felt more complete in my life. It’s pure joy watching my girls fall in love." Spears also shared that she and Jamie were "beyond excited to welcome this beautiful baby girl to our family!"
Spears has named the second baby Ivey Joan Watson. "Her middle name, Joan, is to honor my Aunt Sandra, who passed away 10 years ago from ovarian cancer. She was the most graceful woman I’ve ever known." The star had announced that she was pregnant in December.
She uploaded a post on Instagram which read, "Looks like we are starting off 2018 with another big milestone … sooo happy to announce that Maddie is FINALLY going to be a big sister. 2017 was filled with some of the biggest challenges of my life, as well as some of the biggest blessings, so I made a choice to lay low this year to focus on truly becoming my best self as a person and as an artist."
"During that time, I continued working on my music and telling my story, which has created some of my most honest work and I [CAN’T] wait to share that with you all very soon. 2018 is going to be filled with many milestones both personally and professionally. I appreciate each of you for your patience and support through I[it] all. 2018 has a lot coming, so GET READY … #12DaysofJLS," she continued.
In the year 2017, Maddie was involved in an ATV accident when the vehicle she was in, flipped over into a pond. She was submerged for several minutes before being pulled out. Help arrived quickly and was able to retrieve the little girl.