Wow! Janet Jackson wanted to spice up her time in quarantine with son Eissa, and she’s clearly wishing they were relaxing in the Caribbean. The “That’s the Way Love Goes” songstress showed off the beach-themed playhouse she and her 3-year-old tot put together amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“My baby and I built a lil’ island retreat,” Janet, 53, wrote alongside a photo of the cardboard box home via Twitter on Friday, May 15. The proud mom couldn’t help but show off the yellow and blue creation that read, “E’s Island Life” at the top of the door. The playhouse also featured a roof, windows and colorful decor. Too cute!
— Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson) May 15, 2020
Considering Eissa is still very young, fans admitted they were blown away by the toddler’s impressive skills. “Eissa is a musician AND an architect AND an Engineer AND an artist!! At 3! Bob the builder, who?!” one user wrote in Janet’s comments sections, while another echoed, “The talent” with the exploding head emoji. A third chimed in, jokingly writing, “How much he charging? When can I stay?”
Since welcoming Eissa in 2018, Janet adores watching her son grow up before her very eyes. The “Made for Now” singer proved her child is destined for his mom’s greatness as she opened up about his musical abilities on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
“Are you kidding me? [Eissa] loves music,” the Grammy Award winner gushed to host Jimmy Fallon during her appearance in February, noting he plays the drums and harmonica. “He loves it. He’s incredibly musical.”
The pop culture superstar even revealed Eissa’s first instrument was the violin. “This was at 2,” she told Jimmy. “He loves classical music. First day of school, he took the violin to school. Third day of school, he says, ‘Mama, I want to take a cello to school,’” she recalled. “I said, ‘Baby, you don’t have a cello.’ He says, ‘I’ll take one but turn my violin into a cello please, mama.’”
Although Janet wouldn’t trade Eissa for the world, she doesn’t hold back when it comes to being honest about the struggles of juggling her hectic Hollywood career and motherhood.
“It is hard being a working mother. I don’t have a nanny, I do it all myself,” she previously shared with Stellar magazine. “Of course, when I’m working someone watches him, but it’s my baby and me.”
In our opinion, Janet is killing it!