"We are in the second season and if people have been watching, they have seen our process of going to the ultrasound and seeing our baby girl, how I am handling being pregnant and Eric going to the Super Bowl and being a wife to him, while maintaining my career. There is a lot still to watch," Jessie James Decker told Digital Journal.
Jessie’s pregnancy and Eric’s NFL game stints got discussed on the show. Jessie heard some good news when her new album appeared on the iTunes charts. Her songs on the album, which are half a dozen, have really been written and composed from the heart.
"I am so excited and I cannot believe this happened," Jessie exclaimed. "These are songs that I have writing and working on for a long time. I co-wrote 4 out of 6 of them. I was really passionate about them and I felt that they went so well together. They are a good selection of where I am at in my life right now musically."
My album just hit #1 on iTunes because of y'all!!!! Thank you for being amazing!! Love y'all— Jessie James Decker (@TheJessicaJames) April 18, 2014
These songs have deeply passionate feelings behind them. The inspirational source of their creative output has really been all about depth of emotions. The musical magic they reflect is all about the stage at which Jessie is right now in her journey as an artist and human being.
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Eric Decker meanwhile got engaged in a baby swaddling contest at home. Another NFL player visited his place and the two got the chance to swaddle a stuffed bunny. Wesley Woodyard and his wife Veronica were invited to Eric and Jessie’s residence where the mock swaddling competition took place.
According to E! News, "Being the competitive athletes that they are, Wesley challenges Eric to a different kind of competition—one that involves a stuffed bunny!"
Gone are the days when fathers didn’t have a role to play in their children’s lives. Nowadays, it is known for certain that a father’s role is crucial in his offspring’s life. In fact, one can only venture to contend that it is as important as the mother’s labor pains and breastfeeding efforts. A father provides protection and financial support to his children. He is a person you look up to and whom you can turn to in your time of need.
At least that is what Eric and Jessie hope to accomplish as a couple. It is the right of the children who come into this world to expect a warm and affectionate environment courtesy of their elders. And although the nuclear family is left behind after the demise of the extended family, it is far better than being raised in a government institution.