‘Eric & Jessie’ Recap: Eric Sees His Daughter’s Face For The First Time

Sun, March 30, 2014 10:30pm EST by 4 Comments

Eric and Jessie are back at it for season two! While Eric gets ready to hit the road for the Super Bowl, Jessie reveals she’s worried about going into labor during the big game!

It’s no longer just fun craziness for Eric Decker and Jessie James Decker. Ok, it still is, but now there’s a baby bump in the middle of them! On the season two premiere of Eric & Jessie, the newlyweds are prepping to become parents.

Eric & Jessie Take Care Of Each Other

Just because Jessie’s the pregnant one, that doesn’t mean she’s not still taking care of her hubby. With Eric about to head into the playoffs, Jessie gave her man a full-body rubdown! It really showed their dedication to each other.

It’s clear that he pampers her, too. She shared with her mom that while he’s looking at plays or watching a game at night, he’s still rubbing her feet with his other hand, and taking care of his pregnant wife!

While Jessie says her mother and Eric will both be in the delivery room for the birth, they’re not the only ones. Jessie’s sister Sydney will be filming the whole thing! Once again, we come to face-to-face Syd, who is a strong believer that waiting until marriage to have sex is the right thing to do. However, Jess doesn’t understand the concept, and of course picks on her for. When she revealed she had been dating a new guy, of course Jessie asks if they’ve made out yet and if she’s seen him naked. (Both to which the answer is no.)

Eric Makes The Super Bowl, But Is More Excited About Becoming A Father

Syd doesn’t hold it against her though — they head to Eric’s playoff game together, when the Broncos beat the Patriots and it was so sweet seeing Jessie overwhelmed with emotions and crying because her man was heading to the Super Bowl!

However, Eric wasn’t showing his excitement — not about the game at lease. Instead, he was absolutely floored by the fact he was about to become a dad. He joined Jessie for an ultrasound, and was in awe over how beautiful his little girl already was. Jessie had about five weeks left in her pregnancy — and the look on his face is just precious when he realizes you can see the nose, lips and expression on his daughter’s face.

Meanwhile, Jessie’s a tad nervous that the baby will have her nose, that she’ll be huge, and that she’ll be born during the Super Bowl when she gets too excited. That’s an understandable worry! (However, we already know that  Vivianne Rose Decker wasn’t born during the Super Bowl but was born on March 18 and was eight pounds and two ounces.)

The premiere overall showed how excited the couple is for their new baby — and we can’t wait to see how their prep continues. What did you think of the season two premiere of Eric & Jessie: Game OnHollywoodLifers? Let us know!

— Emily Longeretta

More ‘Eric & Jessie’ News:

  1. Jessie James: We’re Not ‘Whoring Ourselves Out’ On ‘Eric & Jessie’
  2. Eric Decker & Jessie James Welcome A Baby Girl — Congrats
  3. Jessie James Bares Baby Bump In Sexy ‘GQ’ Shoot With Eric Decker

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Posted at 7:43 PM on May 3, 2014  

I hope that baby is as cute as the husband.

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Posted at 12:37 AM on March 31, 2014  

he was surprised: SHE IS THIS UGLY?

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Posted at 11:47 PM on March 30, 2014  

Worried about going into labor during his big game? She should have worried about his performance.

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