I knew I would feel the same crazy love and I felt way more together. I have a pretty small frame and I have huge babies. I don’t know if I could marry someone who didn’t come off that way. I feel like both parents should equally take care of their children.I went into labor naturally two weeks early with both Vivi and Eric Jr. was 9 pounds, so you can imagine how big they would have been if I had gone to 40 weeks! It shouldn’t just be the mom, that’s so old school. I just don’t feel comfortable with cameras around my kids.
(She also has her own line of clothing and accessories, Kittenish with Kora Rae.) When she’s not working, she’s chasing after Vivianne, 2, and Eric Jr., 1, her children with husband Eric Decker, a New York Jets wide receiver.
Recently, she took a break from her hectic schedule to chat with us about touring with two toddlers, giving birth, sharing her C-Section scar on Instagram, keeping her reality TV show with Eric drama free, and more.
An entirely pink master bedroom will also no doubt prove somewhat polarizing.
While the home is undoubtedly stunning, it's not clear how much time busy Jessie and her man spent there.
Gearheads will be pleased with a sprawling four car garage, while a wine cellar will no doubt entice oenophiles.
Several elements also provide a sense of whimsy, including a somewhat unexpected row-boat shaped bathtub in one of the bathrooms.
The pair have two children together - three-year-old Vivianne Rose Decker and one-year-old Eric Decker II.
Meanwhile to satisfy the culinarily-inclined, the sprawling two story abode offers up two kitchens, one of which is a gourmet chef's affair with granite countertops.
I mean, I love my husband, but it was such a different love. MT: We love that you shared a photo of your C-Section scar on Instagram. I had posted a picture prior to that and I looked so much thinner than I was. Then I saw that girls were commenting, ‘OMG, I just had a baby and she’s already skinnier than me’ and I hated that women were feeling that way. MT: Your delivery with Vivianne didn’t go as you had hoped. I wanted to push her out, and have that tummy time immediately. My epidural did not take, so I felt every contraction, and I was throwing up between every contraction.
I think I was very, very overwhelmed and unfamiliar with how in love I would be and I freaked out. I didn’t want anybody comparing themselves to that picture, because I felt that it was misleading and I didn’t want to mislead anybody. Then she got stuck, so they had to rush and deliver her by C-Section. I had the blues over my delivery for a couple of weeks.
MT: Where does your passion for country music come from?