Baby Axl's first Christmas is coming up quick, and new mom Fergie could not be more excited.
The proud parent attended the Decades private Bea Szenfeld party on Monday, Dec. 2, where an eyewitness tells E! News the singer was chatting with shoe designer Lisa Pliner, wife of Donald Pliner, and was overheard mentioning her plans for little Axl's first Christmas.
"She said she was just going to spend it all together at home this year and it would be very quiet," the source tells E! News of Josh Duhamel's missus.
The eyewitness added that the 38-year-old mama—who recently revealed that she's "back to working out" after giving birth to her first child in late August—looked amazing and thin in her skinny pants.
"She said being a mommy is the best thing ever," the insider continued. "She said she is very happy right now, but as a mommy it is very hard to walk in heels and be a mom running around."
We bet! But of course the Black Eyed Peas beauty managed to slip back into her sky-high heels like a pro, although we're sure she's looking forward to some quality family time (and comfy clothes!) around the holidays.
Fergie and Josh most recently celebrated baby Axl's first Thanksgiving, and the Safe Haven star took to Twitter to share a hilarious family photo of the couple, their little one and their pet pooch Zoe superimposed on cartoon drawings of the Village People making their famous "YMCA" dance moves.
"Lots to be thankful for. Have a great 'my pants don't fit' day!!" he wrote as a caption to the sweet shot.
Fergie also shared a silly parenting story when she appeared on HuffPost Live in late November, where she couldn't help but tell a tale to which many parents can most likely relate.
"My husband, he got, sharted on, I guess you could say," the singer revealed with a huge laugh when asked about the best thing her baby boy has done during the past few months. "And I watched it happen and it was pretty amazing."
The beaming celeb also said she's settling into a new routine with the "light of her life."
Sounds like this Christmas will be the best one yet!
—Reporting by Baker Machado