Jessie James Decker now calls NJ home - New York News

Jessie James Decker now calls NJ home

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Jessie James Decker visited Good Day NY on May 29, 2014. Jessie James Decker visited Good Day NY on May 29, 2014.
NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - Country singer, reality TV star and NFL wife Jessie James Decker is putting down roots in the Garden State.

Now that her husband, Eric Decker, is a wide receiver for the NY Jets, the daughter of a military father is using all those years growing up on naval bases to her benefit.

"I’m a military girl. I grew up in like 14 places. I’m used to going and adapting. I'm excited," said Decker who was born in Vincenza, Italy.

The Deckers and their new baby girl won't say where in New Jersey they'll be living but they are moving in next week. They'll also be spending half their time in Nashville, Tennessee.

The couple's love affair, pregnancy and birth of Vivianne this past spring are documented in season two of 'Eric & Jessie: Game On' which airs on E! on Sundays at 10 p.m.

"We haven't really discussed whether we'd be doing a season three or not. We have a baby girl now and I'm not sure how I feel about having her around all of that," said Decker.

In the meantime, fans can get more of the sultry singer from her new album, Coming Home.

"For me personally, I wrote it about me being on the road, Eric being on the road and we cannot wait to get home to each other and about missing each other. People have related to it on a military level.. and I love that," said Decker.

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