Let the baby games begin again!
"Thanks for all well wishes!" Eric tweeted Friday. "Mama and baby boy are doing great!! Vivi is the sweetest big sister!"
Jessie had posted some pretty impressive baby bump photos this week on her Instagram page. On Thursday, she shared a photo of herself lying on a hospital bed with her hubby by her side, signaling that she had gone into labor.
The couple's newest arrival is extra exciting for Eric who has expressed his excitement at raising a son. The New York Jets wide receiver and Jessie are also proud parents to daughter Vivianne Rose, who marked 17 months in the world on Aug. 18.
"I'm just looking forward to being out in the backyard and kicking around a football and a baseball bat, a golf club, just sporty stuff," Eric recently explained to E! News. "When I was growing up, I always wanted that boy that I could play around with, give him the opportunities to do what I did so I'm excited."
And while Jessie was simply excited to expand her family, she was pleasantly surprised to find out her second pregnancy was much more easier on her body than the first.
"This time around, it has been easy breezy in comparison," Jessie admitted recently in her exclusive E! News pregnancy blog. "Running after Vivianne all the time, I was able to stay in shape and only gained 24 pounds. They say pregnancies can differ depending on whether you're carrying a girl or boy, so for me I think having a little boy is definitely easier on my body—or I'm just better prepared!
As the "Lights Down Low" singer enjoyed traditions like having a baby shower and decorating a brand-new nursery, she and her hubby couldn't help but drop a few hints that even more kids may be in their future.
"Two or three. It used to be four but who knows with this one," Jessie told E! News before pointing at her husband. "He might be trying for a fifth and he'll be sneaking in again."
For now, it's all about savoring all the milestones and moments as a family of four. And if you're waiting to see her post-baby body, Jessie has a message for you.
"The first months are a time to focus on your newborn, not on losing weight," she explained to E! News. "I think the old saying that it takes ten months to put the baby weight on and another ten months to lose it is probably very accurate."
Congratulations to the couple on their newest arrival!