Being a father suits the enthusiastic Lance Bass as he and his twins played dress-up with wigs to represent different movie characters.
Roughly 8 hours ago, Bass took to Instagram to share two hilarious photos to his 787,000 followers. The images showcased Alexander James and Violet Betty, his children rocking orange-colored wigs.
Alexander gave off “Hairspray” star Nina West vibes, with the perfect hairpiece and his light pink onesie. West was also tagged in the caption of the post.
On the other hand, Violet wowed fans with her Chucky look and grim face, just like a performer. According to her dad, the little human just loves the character. The post’s caption read:
“Alexander is channeling his best @ninawest and giving me major Hairspray vibes. Violet just loves Chucky.”
Fans were taken with the funny photos; they remarked with tons of laughing with tears emoji and complemented Bass on how adorable his kids were.
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Lance Bass And Spouse Went Through Surrogacy Difficulties
Last October was a joyous month for the NSYNC alum and his spouse Michael Turchin as they proudly welcomed the twins into the world.
Bass posted the kids’ birth certificates on Instagram so his fans could hear the good news. The Blast reported that Alexander was one minute earlier than his twin.
The ecstatic father thanked his supporters and expressed how much love he felt at that moment, which words couldn’t describe.
The couple had forever wanted to be parents of at least two kids, and they knew it would have to be via surrogacy since they were of the same sex. They were thrilled that science worked.
Surrogacy wasn’t an easy journey for them, as happy as the new parents were. They faced several challenges, including a miscarriage, several failed surrogacy attempts, and IVF treatments.
After their marriage in 2014, they began surrogacy attempts four years later, and they did their best to keep the details of the journey from the public.
The “Out of Sync” Author Basks In Every Moment As A Dad
After the birth of the twins, Bass was super excited to show them off to the world. He posted a series of photos of the twins and a photo of Turchin in cuddle mode.
Even with the challenges of being a parent, the entertainer had never been so happy. He had little sleep and was covered in baby goo, but he still enjoyed every moment.
As reported by The Blast, the 42-year-old wrote in the caption that four of them wore diapers in the house, which excluded him and his partner.
The post got many reactions from fans, with over 180,000 likes and more than 4,500 comments. Celebrities also commented with adorable words.
The celebrities who congratulated the parents and expressed their happiness for the good news were Kris Jenner, Gabrielle Union, and Leslie Jordan.
Bass didn’t leave out his #LanceScares as he posted another snap of one of the twins some hours later with a scary doll.
He wrote in the caption, “It’s never too early for a #LanceScares. Thanks @alexa_bliss_wwe_ for what’s going to be Violet’s favorite doll!”
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The Former NSYNC Bass Singer Works With Designer To Create A Dreamlike Nursery
Every baby needs the perfect nursery, and Bass didn’t fail in providing one for his twins. He and Turchin collaborated with Max Humphrey, a celebrity designer, to design a masterpiece.
The couple told E! that the idea was for the nursery to be a dreamlike space where the imagination of two different personalities could run free.
The nursery was a colorful space that fostered creativity while also being relaxing. The area was perfect for the twins that as they grew, the room would grow with them and befit their taste.
The furniture and toys in the room were from renowned brands like Stokke and Nursery Works. There was also an artwork by Turchin included in the room’s décor.
Of all the furniture, the parents-of-two chose the rocking chair and cribs as their favorites. They described the rocking chair as the best to relax, while the cribs were unique and stylish pieces.
The decorator explained that since the nursery was a smaller room, he had to manage the space well and ensure all the pieces fit.
Managing the space wasn’t easy for Humphrey, especially when he had to fit in the two cribs. But he loved that Bass and Turchin wanted colors and patterns added to the room.