Like mother, like daughter!
In a new MTV interview with DeBoer, she let viewers know that since the birth of her second child “Aubree has picked up on the baby talk.” Does that mean we’re going to be getting double the high-pitched screen time next season? Maybe. But then again, it might be more than double…
Chelsea went on to say that not only has Aubree started to imitate her iconic cadence, but she’s “a million times worse.”
The mother-of-two told MTV News that her daughter is eager to help with her new little brother, Watson, and usually opts for a baby voice when trying to comfort the infant. “It’s really funny. She’s always up in his face. If he’s crying, she’ll be like, ‘Where is my Watson? This is not my Watson. My Watson’s a good boy,'” Chelsea told the interviewer.
As usual, though, it seems like Chelsea is taking it all in stride. She’s never seemed ashamed or annoyed by criticism of her sometime infantile speech patterns. She’s even posted videos to social media that poke fun at her high-pitched voice.