"It's a lot of fun. It's way too much fun!" the new mom said on the Meredith Vieira Show
Kelly Rowland‘s newborn already has some famous friends.
The singer, 34, spilled the beans about new-mom lunch dates with her former Destiny’s Child band members — and they now involve their active little tots.
“Just the other day we were all able to sit down and have lunch together, and that always feels good,” Rowland said during an interview on the Meredith Vieira Show on Tuesday, also mentioning that her pal Beyoncé brought along 3-year-old Blue Ivy to play with her 4-month-old son Titan Jewell.
But she admitted that the catch-up sessions have quickly turned into toddler time. “Titan’s screaming and Blue is probably climbing something,” she joked to talk show host Meredith Vieira.
The old friends still manage to squeeze in some baby-free nights out on the town.
“I don’t want to describe those,” the R&B artist said with a laugh, referring to the group’s girl time. “But it’s a lot of fun. It’s way too much fun!”
The star also talked about how her friendships with Beyoncé, 33, and Michelle Williams, 34, have helped her get through a difficult time after the unexpected death of her mother Doris Rowland Garrison in December, just after her son’s birth.
“I’m so happy that I have the girls as just a great support system,” she said.
She also is grateful to have a new “angel” in her life during the roller coaster she calls the past few months: “I’m so blessed to have my son,” she said of Titan, whom she welcomed with husband Tim Weatherspoon in November. “I don’t think I’ve actually had the time to really, really grieve,” she said.
“Something that happened the other day was, Titan was laughing,” she recalled, describing her new son’s “belly-filled giggle.”
“I was like, ‘What is that?’ He’s looking up, and he’s smiling and laughing, and I was like, ‘That’s Mom.’ I just know she’s always here,” she explained.
Despite the difficult time, Rowland is embracing motherhood and soaking in all the ups along with the downs.
“The most surprising thing for me is how fast he is growing and how much joy he has given me,” she previously told PEOPLE.
— Jacqueline Andriakos