Jessie James Decker won’t just let it happen.
The singer of “Flip My Hair” recently made headlines when she tweeted a picture of her son Forrest, 4, her daughter Vivianne, 8, and husband Eric Decker on vacation. The photo, which got a lot of comments on Instagram, shows that all three of the kids have toned abdominal muscles. Since then, Jessie has gone back to Instagram to shut down the criticism.
Jessie began her Nov. 28 post by saying, “I didn’t plan to talk about this because it’s crazy, but the photos are out there and every news site has written about it. ” Being accused of photoshopping abs on my children (which makes me laugh) or… the opposite accusation that our children are “overtrained” makes me realise how strange our world has become in terms of what is and isn’t normal about the body.
The 34-year-old woman said that her kids’ muscles come from their DNA and physical activity, which Jessie encourages her kids to do.
“We talk a lot about body positivity and acceptance, but the fact that my kids have a lot of muscle from their genes and from sports is ‘weird,'” she wrote. “I want my kids to be proud of their bodies and their hard work when they grow up.”
Jessie said that Vivianne and Eric Jr. work hard because they want to be in the NFL, and Forrest works hard because he loves to dance.
She went on to say, “I’m proud of my kids and want them to follow their dreams.” So, we’ll see you at the Olympics in 2032, where you’ll be wearing Bubby’s jersey and dancing at Forrest’s rock concert.
The founder of Kittenish told people to “do better” when it comes to being nice about how other people look. She wrote, “Let’s not pick and choose what we accept as normal when it comes to bodies.” “Let’s accept everyone and every child.”
Jessie also posted a video of her daughter Vivianne doing gymnastics with the words “See you all in Brisbane 2032” on her Instagram Story on November 28. She also posted a video of her son Eric playing flag football with the words “Get your tickets ready.”
And that wasn’t the end of the praise. Jessie made sure to show everyone a picture of Forrest dancing to “Bad” by Michael Jackson. She wrote, “Hometown concert at the Bridgestone Arena, date TBD.”