The country-pop singer, 33, went on Instagram to reveal her future plans with the former NFL star, 34. Decker added a beautiful family picture featuring her three kids, Vivianne Rose, 7, Eric, 6, and Forrest, 3.
Going For Baby No. 4?
“My whole world❤️ thanks for capturing 📸 @imagesofgracephoto 🌊 I’ve been extra lovey lately and having the big question mark of ‘is this the end of our baby creating? Are we done?'” the singer began.
While she’s “so content and full with joy” with her three kids, Decker admitted that she goes “through ups and downs of not being sure at this moment to make it final.”
Decker also shared that she was against having another child “up until recently” when “the kids have been asking for a baby sister.”
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“It’s a battle and heavy on my mind lately. The idea of worn out pregnancy and always being scared if the baby is growing ok, the hospital stuff (especially with how things are now) the getting sick ( I always do) and having my 3 others to care for etc is a big factor,” Decker explained.
“But like I said, I’m just going thru all of the emotions right now. Maybe not right now? Maybe in a few years? Maybe it will pass? Anyone else here ? Need to pray on it 💖💖💖” she added.
Her Followers Show Their Full Support
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Fans and several of her famous friend commented on her share.
“I say go for it. Y’all know what to do,” Miami Marlins pitcher Anthony Bass commented.
“You are an incredible mom. Erik is the best with being supportive. Also no time is a good time. So best the sooner the better. You got this 💪💪🤞🤞one more please,” a fan wrote.
“Go for the 4!!! My 4th is on the way. I felt the same. But you’ll always regret not having another. You’ll never regret having 1 more,” quipped the third commenter.
“When you look around the dinner table does it feel like someone is missing? That’s how I knew I needed my 3rd. Don’t regret it for a second!” added the fourth user.
On Battling Postpartum Depression
In January 2019, Decker opened up about postpartum depression.
“I think there’s a lot of stigma around postpartum depression because people are so fearful, women especially, of not always appearing to be so strong, and that they have it together,” Decker said in her interview with Health. “But the truth is, like I said, we’re human beings and we have emotions, and our body just went through this massive change of growing a human being, and then it just coming out of your body.”
The “Eric & Jessie” star revealed she had postpartum depression, just like most women after giving birth, and leaned on her mom and husband for support at the time.
“There’s a transition period and it’s great to have a great support system around you with friends and family and a good husband,” Decker explained.