The apple of their mother's eye. Jennifer Lopez is a busy woman, but not too busy to spend quality time with her favorite people, her kids.

On Dec. 28, J. Lo shared two incredible images showing her and her 7-year-old twins, Emme and Max, dancing the night away. The images were taken at Kris Jenner's annual Christmas eve party.

Me and my lil man #coconuts #love #life

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"Me and my lil man #coconuts #love #life,' she captioned a black and white image of herself swaying with her dapper-looking son, who donned slacks and turtleneck.

Jennifer, per usual, stunned in a tight sheer top and high-waisted pants. Her hair was up in a ponytail.

The singer and "American Idol" judge posted a second snap, too, this one of her daughter, Emme, hugging her around the waist. Jennifer seems smitten with her child.

Me and my mini me #coconuts #love #life

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"Me and my mini me #coconuts #love #life," she captioned the image.

Jen's children often make appearances on her Instagram, as she is known to share pics of the twins she shares with Marc Anthony with her 33.8 million followers. Just before Christmas she posted a snap of the two them dressed in pajamas and holiday-related glasses.

"These two at it again!! #christmastime #holidayspirit #Emmeisreadytoparty #Maxisreadytogoshopping #coconutchristmas," she wrote of the image.

The next year is shaping up to be a big one for J. Lo. She will return to judge the final season of "American Idol" in January. She is also an executive producer and star of NBC's "Shades of Blue," which will premiere in January.

On the performing front, Jennifer will also launch her Las Vegas residency show, "All of Me" on Jan. 20 at Planet Hollywood.

"I'm super excited," she told Vegas Player of the show. "You have all these ideas (on tour), but picking that up and taking it from city to city and country to country is really not possible. But doing something like this in Vegas, where you're in one spot—you are really able to create."