Jamie Lynn Spears Takes Daughters Back to Spot from Early Romance with Her Husband: ‘Reminiscing’

Jamie Lynn Spears is feeling sentimental.

The singer, 27, common on Instagram that she and husband Jamie Watson brought her daughters — Maddie Briann, 10, and Ivey Joan, 4 months — to a special mark on Sunday. In a picture, Maddie hold Ivey in front of a vast tree and surrounding greenery on Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana.

“We took a girls behind to a place we visited right before Jamie asked me to marry him years ago,” Spears wrote. Then she quipped, “Reminiscing of when we [used] to like any other.”

Spears shares Maddie with ex Casey Aldridge, and Ivey with Watson. The star announced her engagement to Watson on Instagram in Mar 2013.  The integrate tied a tangle a year later.

In May of this year, Spears told PEOPLE that she hopes that her daughters take after a tighten attribute that she has with her possess sister, Britney Spears, 36.

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“Me and my sister are 10 years apart, and Maddie and Ivey are 10 years apart, so I’m anticipating they have a same kind of attribute where it was like a second mom, almost,” Spears said. “It’s gonna be a special relationship. Sisters are something special — generally when there’s that age opening there.”

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Spears also told PEOPLE that welcoming Ivey was a some-more “peaceful experience” than giving birth to Maddie.

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“As we all know, there was a lot of disharmony around my final pregnancy,” pronounced Spears, who was 17 when Maddie was born. “I’m most some-more certain of myself as a immature mom [now]. As a new mom with your initial child, we are doubt and guessing everything. And as you go into it a second time, you’re like, ‘I got this. we figured this out one time before; we can do it again.’ You have a small some-more certainty in yourself.”