Christina Aguilera's day of love was spent alongside fiance Matthew Rutler and her children Summer and Max

By Jen Juneau
February 15, 2018 11:25 AM
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Christina Aguilera is feeling the mama love.

The singer enjoyed Valentine’s Day Wednesday alongside fiancé Matthew Rutler, their 3-year-old daughter Summer Rain and Aguilera’s son Max Liron, 10.

For the sweet celebrations, Aguilera, 37, posed with Summer amid streamer decorations and a balloon spelling out “Love,” with the mother-daughter duo sporting novelty heart-themed specs for the photo op.

Summer also starred in a couple of snaps on her mom’s Instagram story alongside brother Max — one in which he’s giving his lucky little sibling a piggyback ride.

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Credit: Christina Aguilera/Instagram

Christina Aguilera and daughter Summer

Credit: Christina Aguilera/Instagram
Credit: Christina Aguilera/Instagram

Christina Aguilera’s daughter Summer and son Max

Credit: Christina Aguilera/Instagram

Christina Aguilera’s daughter Summer and son Max

Even though she’s only 3, Summer is already a fashion pro. The “Beautiful” singer’s adorable little girl has made quite a number of stylish statements in the recent past.

In December, the youngster rocked a pair of velvet red pajamas, finishing the look with light pink swan-shaped kids’ sunglasses by Stella McCartney, which retail for $160 (currently on sale for $80!).

Credit: Christina Aguilera/Instagram

Christina Aguilera and daughter Summer

Credit: Christina Aguilera/Instagram

Christina Aguilera’s daughter Summer

Credit: Christina Aguilera/Instagram

Christina Aguilera’s daughter Summer

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Aguilera opened up in the March issue of Women’s Health about the “long list” of expectations women face to be the perfect parent — plus how her own children have enriched her world.

“Having children is the ultimate joy, and I love my kids, but women have to find time to nurture themselves,” said the former Voice coach. “If someone has a baby, the first thing I’m like is, ‘Okay, are you taking care of you?’ “