Jessica Simpson raves about her ‘baseball stallion’ son Ace after championship-winning home run

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Jessica Simpson raves about ‘baseball stallion’ son Ace, 7, after championship-winning home run: ‘This kid is good at EVERYTHING’

Jessica Simpson couldn’t help but gushed about “baseball stud” son Ace after winning the championships for his team.

The 40-year-old singer wrote a lengthy tribute to her seven-year-old, where she talked about his “athlete mentality” and detailed his game-winning home run.

She shared a black and white photo of him on the pitching mound, noting, among other things, “This kid is good at EVERYTHING.”

Rave review: Jessica Simpson, the ‘proud’ mom, raves about son Ace’s ‘athlete mentality’ and excellence under pressure after revealing he won his team’s baseball game

“My baseball stud won the championships with a home run against an undefeated team at the end of the game.”

Add: “He told me he saved that hit for that moment, so the team was caught off guard. That’s athlete mentality if I do say so myself… and he’s only 7.

“This kid is EVERYTHING good and excels under pressure. However, he says he doesn’t feel any pressure because he knows what he can and will do on the field.’

“He’s so happy they won the championships, but he’s on the all star team now and will only get better. This house and his family are SO proud of him!!!’

She kept adding that her mom Tina Simpson was also in attendance and that she ‘might have been caught’ [her] eardrum’ from screaming so loud.

In early May, she revealed she had an intuition when pregnant with Ace that he would “dominate a baseball field.”

Mom's Intuition: In early May, she revealed she had an intuition when pregnant with Ace that he would 'dominate a baseball field'

Mom’s Intuition: In early May, she revealed she had an intuition when pregnant with Ace that he would ‘dominate a baseball field’

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Baseball Player: “I told anyone and everyone who would listen that he would dominate a baseball field when he was old enough,” she said of her feelings for son Ace; in the photo pregnant with Ace 2012

“I told everyone and anyone who would listen that he would dominate a ballpark when he was old enough and most likely never put down the bat…until now my intuition was correct,” she shared, adding, “when mommy knows that she knows…’.

The With You singer shares Ace, and daughters Maxwell, nine, and Birdie Mae, two, with husband Eric Johnson, who was a former NFL player.

The couple celebrated 11 years together on May 21 after meeting him in Italy around her 30th birthday and less than a year later, they quickly became engaged.

Simpson released an all-encompassing memoir called Open Book, in which she talked about her struggles with weight after becoming famous as a teenager, which included years of diet pills.

Family: The With You singer shares Ace, and daughters Maxwell, nine, and Birdie Mae, two, with husband Eric Johnson, a former NFL player

Family: The With You singer shares Ace, and daughters Maxwell, nine, and Birdie Mae, two, with husband Eric Johnson, a former NFL player

Her weight yo-yoed through her several pregnancies, but recently she lost 100 pounds after giving birth to Birdie.

Healthy diet and exercise allowed her to lose the weight, but she doesn’t focus on a number on the scale or her size. “I just want to feel good and be able to zip up my pants,” she said in an April TODAY appearance.

And given what she’s been through, a source said she wants to be a good “role model” for her children and doesn’t want her daughters to “experience what she suffered mentally.”

“She wants to be a great role model for her children and a role model for them,” an insider said Us Weekly. “Now that they’re getting older, they’ll soon be undergoing body changes, so she just wants to make sure she can educate them properly about what being healthy really means.”

Feeling good: After tipping the scales at 240 pounds while pregnant with daughter Birdie Mae, Simpson dropped 100 pounds and now says she doesn't care about weight, but rather

Feeling good: After tipping the scales at 240 pounds while pregnant with daughter Birdie Mae, Simpson dropped 100 pounds and now says she doesn’t care about weight, but rather “feeling good”; pictured February 2020

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