Jessie James Decker Shares Photo of Herself in Bikini with 'Loose Mommy Skin': 'Just Another Day in Paradise!'

Country singer-songwriter and mom of two Jessie James Decker shared a photo of herself in a two-piece swimsuit, candidly adding the hashtag #loosemommyskin

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Jessie James Decker isn’t afraid to be candid about how her body has changed after having two kids.

The country singer-songwriter, 28 — who has two children with her husband, New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker, 29 — shared a new photo of herself in a two-piece swimsuit recently, relaxing waterside with a refreshing drink.

“Just another day in paradise!!! #icetea #kittenishsuit #comingsoon #loosemommyskin,” she captioned the shot.

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James Decker is mom to son Eric Thomas, 16 months, and daughter Vivianne Rose, 2½. And her recent foray into being honest about her body after baby isn’t the first time she has spoken out on it.

“I don’t want to mislead any mommies who just had babies and are stressing!” she wrote in a 2015 post showing her stomach a couple of months after her son’s birth and admitting she gained 55 lbs. with her first pregnancy and 27 with her second.

“I am still 15 pounds away from what I was originally before I got pregnant with Vivianne,” the “Lights Down Low” singer added. “I take occasional walks but haven’t done anything yet to try and lose weight and am in no rush!”

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“I am so glad that I was able to show mommies what a real body looks like after baby,” James Decker told PEOPLE at the time of her decision to post candid shots on social media. “I have my scar and pooch, and 90 percent of the time I look a mess!”

The body-positive mama added, “Women are too hard on themselves to be perfect. I think it’s more endearing to just be real. I also think it’s important for women to support each other.”

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