Jessie James Decker Defends Walking Around House Without Pants in Front of Son
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Jessie James Decker refuses to be mommy or body shamed by a social media troll.

Tuesday on Instagram, the country singer posted a photo of herself holding a glass of wine and scantily clad in a T-shirt, briefs, and slippers while one of her sons was in the background.

“Tuesday,” the “Eric & Jessie: Game On” reality TV star added the caption.

However, some IG commenters took issue with Decker’s outfit, believing it was inappropriate for her children to see.

“You walk around like that with your kids around…” one wrote.

That’s when the 32-year-old musician clapped back by exclaiming, “Yes. No different than a swim suit. I teach my children the body is beautiful. Nothing to be ashamed of.”

When another hater commented, “Are you really that desperate for attention,” Decker jokingly responded, “yeah, I don’t get enough love. Can I get a hug?”

Jessie James Decker claps back!

Last month, the mother of 3 — who shares sons Forrest Bradley, 2, and Eric Thomas II, 4, and daughter Vivianne Rose, 6, with husband Eric Decker — opened up about the loose skin she has from her pregnancies.

“I’ll be honest I still get insecure when I put a swimsuit on sometimes because of how much loose skin I have from my pregnancies,” she wrote on a photo of herself wearing a pink bikini.

Though she “had a few breast reduction surgeries and lifts to try to tighten up the skin on my breasts,” the procedures left her with “really intense scars all the way around my cleavage.”

By revealing her insecurities, Decker hopes to support other women going through similar issues.

“The reason why I’m sharing this emotion is because I know a lot of moms feel the same way and sometimes I just feel frustrated that no matter how hard I worked out or toned up the skin remains and it’s just something that I struggle with from time to time,” she wrote, adding, “…I just want other women to know I’m with ya and we in this together and it’s a safe place here to vent!”

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I’ll be honest I still get insecure when I put a swimsuit on sometimes because of how much loose skin I have from my pregnancies. I worked really hard to lose all of my baby weight. Even gaining 55 pounds with my first. It’s no wonder I have so much loose skin two out of the three babies were 9 pounds 😬 and I was one of those lucky ducks who didn’t get one stretch mark because genetically I have super elastic skin but because of my big babies and gaining so much I was left with extremely loose skin. I’ve had a few breast reduction surgeries and lifts to try to tighten up the skin on my breasts ( at one point the skin was so loose from growing to a size G from breastfeeding that I swear they could hit my belly button no joke ) but now I have been left with really intense scars all the way around my cleavage that I try to hide out of insecurity. It’s really wild after children how much my body changed. My ribs expanded to the point of certain dresses I can’t zip up that I used to and I weigh even less than I did then, and the amount of excess skin around my stomach sometimes I can’t seem to push down enough into my jeans. The reason why I’m sharing this emotion is because I know a lot of moms feel the same way and sometimes I just feel frustrated that no matter how hard I worked out or toned up the skin remains and it’s just something that I struggle with from time to time. Growing a baby is such a beautiful super power and I don’t want to sound like I’m complaining one bit but I am a human being and sometimes the loose skin does make me a little insecure and make me wonder if I’m still sexy to Eric or if people are looking at my stomach when I’m in a bikini which I’m sure sounds silly but it’s just me being in my head sometimes. Anyway sorry for the long story but it was just how I was feeling putting on my suit and I just want other women to know I’m with ya and we in this together and it’s a safe place here to vent!

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