Jessica Simpson's Daughter's Poses Are Not Sexy -- So Don't Go There

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A little less than a week after being mom-shamed for posting a sweet family photo, this celeb Instgrammed another adorable pic that better not get tongues wagging. Jessica Simpson shared a photo with her mini-me daughter, Maxwell, as the two headed off on an adventure together.

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The songstress captioned the cute mother-daughter snap "Wheels up to Waco!" followed by an airplane emoji and the hashtags #wheelsandheels and #MAXIDREW as well as this note about her son: "(Ace was too shy for the pic)."

Take a look at how precious these two are as they head off to a Dillard's event that benefited local Boys and Girls Clubs:

Jessica Simpson daughter traveling
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We love how Maxi is mimicking her mama -- but we're sure there are some out there who'll again come out of the woodwork to perhaps say that her stance is not appropriate for a 5-year-old. 

Of course, here's hoping they don't, because you really have to wonder who would ever take a shot at a lovely little girl who's simply copying her mom. You know how that quote that goes "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery"? Clearly, Maxi looks up to her mom big-time. And how could she not? What little gal wouldn't want to have a mother as gorgeous and glamorous as Jessica Simpson? 

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It's awesome that Jess doesn't give a hoot about the ridiculous criticism (of both her and her daughter) that she received last week for sharing a fun family photo of Max's mermaid-themed party. In that photo, the little girl is striking a similar pose, which, again, it seems like she learned from her mom. 

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Trolls were quick to try to shame Simpson for allowing her daughter to look so "sexy," which shows there's a lot more wrong with those commenters than there is with Jess or her kids. If adults choose to sexualize a picture of a 5-year-old celebrating her birthday as a mermaid, they may need to take a long, hard look at themselves. 

We're thrilled Jess isn't giving it a second's thought -- nor should she. 

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