Jessica Simpson

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She's back!

Jessica Simpson makes her triumphant (and hilarious) return to Twitter after giving birth to son Ace Knute just a few weeks ago.

And it appears that Simpson's got nothing but babies on the brain.

The fashion designer posted an adorable pic of her mother Tina Simpson wrapped up in a blanket like a baby and captioned the pic, "Eric [Johnson] got carried away with his swaddling skills!"

Tina seems to be enjoying being bundled up, smiling for the camera as she's bound tightly in a tan blanket on top of a bed.

Clearly after two kids, Simpson's fiancé knows a thing or two about taking care of babies!

E! News exclusively confirmed that the blond beauty was released from the hospital earlier this week.

Simpson, who celebrated her 33rd birthday on Wednesday, had been resting since undergoing a scheduled C-section at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Hospital on June 30.

Baby Ace was welcomed into the world, making the Simpson-Johnson clan now a family of four.

And according to Simpson's rep, she and her retired footballer fiancé are over the moon about the latest addition to their brood.

The newborn is now a younger sibling to the couple's 1-year-old daughter, Maxwell Drew.

The baby boy's middle name reportedly honors dad Eric's Swedish paternal grandfather, Knute Johnson.

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Jessica's dad, Joe Simpson, took to Twitter to reveal his excitement as well, sharing: "Very blessed to celebrate the birth of my new grandson."

And even ex-husband Nick Lachey had something to say about Simpson's latest delivery!

When asked if he had spoken to his ex-wife since the birth of her second child, Lachey admitted that he had not—but he hopes all is well!

"Nope, no. We're not in touch," the host of The Winner Is told E! News at the NYC launch of Wendy's #PretzelLoveSongs campaign in honor of the chain's new Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger.

"I certainly wish her the best and I would like to think the same on her end, but we don't speak," Lachey said. "We haven't spoken in years."

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