She played for 80,000 people, got on a red-eye, and landed on, like, two hours of sleep, and threw this crazy baby shower, and then left a day or two later to Germany. She flew all the way from New York to L.A., and then to Germany, just to give this baby an amazing baby shower. Her loving is so big, that’s the gift. The gift is so far beyond a physical thing. She’s really just all love.
—  Jaime King on Taylor Swift Throwing her Baby Shower (x)
I wrote it when I was like 18 or 19, but my friend [Jaime King] just had a baby and she made me godmother of it and I was holding this little baby the other night, and I was just thinking differently. When you’re holding onto something that’s so innocent and so perfect and has no idea what’s coming for it with the world. The world is going to throw so many things at you as we grow up.
—  Taylor Swift on her Godson before Never Grow Up (x)
Taylor’s always been great with my son. She’s just left for her tour and I miss her already. I saw a picture on the internet today, I guess we were both leaving LAX at the same time and I was like, “I look like a pregnant bag lady and you look like a gorgeous supermodel popstar, that’s going to a photoshoot for Louis Vuitton.” I had like a green juice and I thought I dressed really chic and cute, but I’m like on the phone and like all my skin is pushed up like this and there’s Taylor literally in her red lips and with her Louis Vuitton bag… I’m gonna miss her at the gala, but I’ll see her when she comes back and at the baby shower and it’ll be really great.
—  Jaime King on Taylor Swift (x)
I asked myself, ‘God forbid anything happened to me, would she take care of my child as if he were her own? What kind of morals would she instill? Will she be backup support if for any reason my child doesn’t want to come to me for something?’ I looked for giving people whom I admire, and those two give more than anyone I’ve ever met.
—  Jaime King on making Taylor Swift and Jessica Alba her children’s Godmothers (x)