Everyone is jumping on the Clay Aiken bandwagon!
So, now it only makes sense that next up should be none other than Clay's baby momma, 50-year-old (Yup!) pal and music producer Jaymes Foster.
Jaymes, who was impregnanted through the wonders of science, says in an interview with People, that she thought she was going to be one of the lucky ones and avoid the whole morning sickness thing all together. But, it unfortunately didn't happen that way.
So she took pills for the nausea.
She goes on to add that other than that, her chemistry kit pregnancy was a "breeze."
At 50 she says she was finally ready to have a kid. Jaymes says that when she was younger, she was enjoying her career and traveling the world. With that out of the way, she says she feels she can be a better mother.
Are you listening Bristol Palin?
(We thought we'd give Jamie Lynn a well-deserved break this week.)
When asked what makes Clay a great daddy, she says:
He's an incredible caregiver. As far as changing the diapers and seeing what's wrong with [Parker] and getting him to go sleep, Clay's a natural and he's really, really good with that. On a larger scale, he's the perfect person. He's been a school teacher, we have the same morals, family is very important to him and Parker means everything to us.
In dealing with their new son, Jaymes says she's terrified of trimming his little nails, so she leaves the manicures to Clay. In return, she takes care of the baths, which Parker is apparently not fond of! "He kind of cries through that," Jaymes admits. Otherwise both parents are "very relaxed."
And when it comes to the big OMG CLAY IS GAY question, Jaymes says:
I totally support him. It's his choice. It's a choice that he made. I love him and I'll support him in any choice that he makes, whether as an entertainer, or a father, human being, of course I support him.
Jaymes tells People that she has always loved Clay and that even though their family is a little unconventional, she now shares an "even deeper bond" with him. "Our job is to remain best friends for the rest of our lives and that's the most important thing for Parker."
That's the way it should be!