Jessica Simpson unveiled new pictures of her baby and fiance over the weekend, stating that she was thankful for her new family.
Simpson's expression of gratitude for her new family comes over the Thanksgiving season, where she expressed herself by posting photos of her loved ones on Twitter.
"I am so grateful for my new lil family! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!" the signer and fashion designer wrote on her Twitter account Thursday.
The star followed the tweet by adding a photo of her new baby girl, Maxwell, who will turn seven months on Dec. 1, and her fiancé Eric Johnson.
Simpson and Johnson announced their engagement in November of 2010, but have yet to tie the knot.
The first photo that the 32 year-old mom shared was a black and white one of Johnson holding Maxwell in a front sling across his chest. Johnson can be seen wearing sunglasses with a baseball cap and a tooth gritting smile. Maxwell also appears to be giving her mother a questioning look in the photo.
In the second photo Maxwell looks more cheery wearing a bright red, fur lined coat with mini Ugg boots while she is being carried by her father, who is not looking at the camera.
Simpson herself has been in the spotlight of late, due to her significant weight loss only 6 months after giving birth. She had admitted that she didn't have plans to look like a supermodel after giving birth, but despite her modesty the star has managed to lose a large amount of weight in a short amount of time.
"My body is not bouncing back like a supermodel," she told People magazine in September. "I'm just your everyday woman who is trying to feel good and be healthy for her daughter, her fiancé and herself."
Simpson unveiled the 60 pound weight loss in Tampa, Florida while promoting her Jessica Simpson Collection. The 32 year-old was accompanied to the event by her sister, Ashley. Simpson stated that she had lost 60 of the 70 pounds that she gained during pregnancy and still had plans to lose more.
"I feel positive about how I've done so far and really good about the goals I have set," she told Us Weekly. "Most people can tell a difference every time they see me, which lets me know I'm making progress."