Christina Aguilera

Live with Kelly and Michael

Christina Aguilera is raising a new generation of Mouseketeers!

The pop diva and former Mickey Mouse Club member appeared on Live! With Kelly and Michael Monday, which is shooting on location at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. Aguilera revealed that just yesterday, she took her 7-year-old son Max Bratman and 9-month-old daughter Summer Rain Rutler to the theme park.

"It was my daughter's first Disney trip ever yesterday. It was super special. She was so happy!" she said. "She loves watching people, so this is the place to come if you are not shy and you want to see people." What did her baby girl think? "She loved it!" Christina said, adding that her elder child "grew up on Disney."

That being said, the "What a Girl Wants" singer told Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan that Summer Rain "was a little bit more of a trooper" than her sibling. "Max, my son, is awesome, but he's all about his Minecraft and getting to sit down in the park...Speaking of Minecraft, he tries to show her on the iPad what that's all about. I'm like, 'She doesn't understand that yet!'"

Max loves being a big brother, she added.

"They laugh so much together," Christina said. "He's a little jokester."

According to the singer, 34, her daughter "wants to do everything like [Max]. Like yesterday, we were at the dinner table. She doesn't want to miss a beat. She doesn't want to miss a joke. If he starts laughing at something, she's like, 'What did I miss? Ha, ha, ha.' She just doesn't want to be out of the action."

Christina Aguilera

Live with Kelly and Michael

Christina said that for Mother's Day, Matthew Rutler helped Max pick out "a beautiful bracelet." The family of four spent the holiday "at home in the backyard, having fun at the pool," she told the co-hosts.

"When you're working so much on The Voice, it's kind of like, just being at home is a gift from God," she said. "Being at home with the kids in sweatpants, I'm good."

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