Report: Jessica Simpson Picks CaCee Cobb To Be Maxwell’s Godmother

Jessica Simpson has been busy doting over - and shopping for! - her daughter Maxwell Drew for the past few weeks, but the new mom is also reportedly planning two very big occasions: A wedding and a baptism!

While she and her fiance Eric Johnson reportedly plan to tie the knot on December 12 of this year (12/12/12), her baby Maxi's baptism will likely take place before that. And according to In Touch, Jessica has already picked a godmother for her daughter: Her longtime friend CaCee Cobb.

Jessica Simpson has been busy doting over – and shopping for! – her daughter Maxwell Drew for the past few weeks, but the new mom is also reportedly planning two very big occasions: A wedding and a baptism!

While she and her fiance Eric Johnson reportedly plan to tie the knot on December 12 of this year (12/12/12), her baby Maxi’s baptism will likely take place before that. And according to ">In Touch, Jessica has already picked a godmother for her daughter: Her longtime friend CaCee Cobb.

“CaCee and Jessica have been through so much together and Jessica loves her so much, it only made sense that she would ask her to be godmother,” an insider tells the magazine.

Jessica has yet to debut her baby girl, but she has Tweeted that she’s “insanely beautiful,” adding, “Motherhood is the best thing I ever experienced.”

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  1. Anonymous

    Wow, it’s a surprise to me, I thought Ashlee will be the Godmother because she’s Jessica’s sister.. it’s kind of obvious when it comes to religion, isn’t it?

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  2. Eva

    Actually, it is a common custom to ask non-relatives to be godparents, as it expands the baby’s “family.” This was more important in the past, when life expectancy was often less than now. Traditionally one opts for two godmothers and one godfather for a girl, the reverse for a boy.

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    • Anonymous

      It’s a common custom??? Where????

      I’m 45 years old, from a gigantic family in the USA, and everyone who has their first baby always asks a sibling to be the godparent. And none of them have two godmothers or godfathers.

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