Donald Faison on Mama-sitting Jessica Simpson and CaCee Cobb

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Donald Faison on Mama-sitting Jessica Simpson and CaCee Cobb
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Jessica Simpson has some maternal company in her BFF. Bridesmaid and Godmother to her son Maxwell, CaCee Cobb just recently announced she's also expecting this year. It's officially a family affair!

Hollyscoop dished on all the baby details with CaCee's hubby Donald Faison, the star of small screen comedy "Scrubs," at the EA Real Racing 3 Preview event.

Donald and CaCee regularly hang out with the singer-designer's family and naturally he's just as excited as the rest of us about having two mamas-to-be around.

"With two pregnant women around, they take care of themselves," Donald says to Hollyscoop. "All I gotta do is make sure that when [CaCee's] at home with me that I massage those feet, get the water nice, and cold in the cup. Trying to think of what else I gotta do…cook some food. And always deliver some good loving'! Hello!"

While Donald says Jessica hasn't given them any straightforward parenting advice just yet, CaCee being a Godmother to baby Maxwell helps, of course.

"She loves holding that baby," Donald says. "You get ready the way you can. You never know what it's going to be like to be a parent, even if you are a parent. No matter what it's always a surprise in some way...Emotionally, I think she was ready to be a mom, the day she found out she was pregnant."

A close-knit, star-studded family? Baby showers with Jessica Simpson? Balancing work and breastfeeding? These all sound like possible ingredients for a potential bringing-up-baby reality TV series, but Donald's not so sure about that.

"I don't know if my baby's going to want to be in the public eye, the minute he or she is born," Donald says. "Maybe, never."

However, Donald quickly reconsiders.

"No, you know what, I take that back. Ryan Seacrest, if you giving out deals like you gave the Kardashians, if you giving out money like that, we'll think about it."

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