Jessie James Decker — and her insane eyelashes — welcomes baby number three

Elise Solé
Yahoo Lifestyle

Jessie James Decker gave birth to her third child — but her thick eyelashes nearly stole the moment.

On Monday, the country singer, 29, posted Instagram and Twitter photos of her newborn son, Forrest Bradley Decker, born Saturday, noting in the caption, “We are so in love.”

It’s the third child of Jessie and NFL wide receiver Eric Decker who share sister Vivianne, 4, and son Eric, 2. Fans couldn’t help noting James Decker’s incredibly thick eyelashes: “Eyelashes on point,” “Lashes still on fleek girl,” and “Just gave birth & your eyelashes still look so good.”

Forrest Bradley Decker born March 31st weighing 9lbs. We are so in love ❤️

A post shared by Jessie James Decker (@jessiejamesdecker) on Apr 2, 2018 at 1:40pm PDT


The name Forrest, along with the other Decker children, was strategically selected, even before his conception, Jessie told E! News in October. She also revealed a hint about his moniker. “My friends know I’m a really big movie buff and I named Vivianne after a movie character…I’m naming this baby after another Southern character from a movie. One of my favorite movies.”

On Monday, an observant fan connected the dots.


The married couple of five years, who star in the E! reality show Eric and Jessie, are officially outnumbered by their children but they seem to have a seamless system in place. In October, Jessie told Yahoo Lifestyle of her husband, “He’s so so nurturing, and so sensitive. There’s no gender role when it comes to being mother/father. He’ll do all the mommy stuff. And he doesn’t even have to, but he’s just that amazing. He’ll change every diaper if he has to and he’ll get up in the middle of the night and give Bubby a bottle. He’s just amazing.”

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