The country singer also reveals the one must-have feature in their new place, that their former homes were lacking
Jessie James Decker and her husband Eric are so over moving.
The power couple and their three kids, Vivianne, 5, Eric Jr., 3 and Forrest, 1, have called many places home over the past few years, but are now set to move to a house in Nashville that she says, “checks off every item on the wish list.”
The family is excited to finally be able to settle in one place following Eric’s retirement from football, which he announced in 2018. Eric was a wide receiver for the Denver Broncos, New York Jets, Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots, and had to uproot his family numerous times as he changed teams.
“We do not plan on moving anymore, we’ve moved a lot,” Jessie, who recently partnered with Smirnoff to launch their sugar-free vodka, explains. “We keep saying this is the forever home, and it’s every dream we’ve ever had.”
Though the house is currently in the middle of a renovation, she describes what they have so far as “beautiful” and “totally our style.” Beyond pleased with the progress—and especially in love with the bathrooms, master bedroom and backyard pool—Jessie promises to continue posting updates on Instagram for the family’s followers.
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One thing aspiring chef Jessie required in her new home was enough counter space in the kitchen to appease her love of both cooking and entertaining. “I was adamant that I have two islands in the kitchen,” she said, noting that one has never been enough in the family’s former homes.
“I’ve found a lot of times when I have one big island I’ve been trying to cut things and chop and then trying to serve and entertain at the same time and it just doesn’t work,” she said. “So having two islands is going to be a game changer at our new house.”
And though nothing has been confirmed quite yet, fans may be seeing more of the Deckers’ renovation skills beyond what’s on their social media feeds. “This whole process has inspired us to possibly do a home-flipping show,” Jesse says. “So we’re in talks to do something like that.”