Eric Decker, Jessie James

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As one can imagine, Jessie James Decker's days are jam-packed with motherly duties now, but when she has some downtime the E! star heads to Twitter to chat with fans.

The country singin' cutie, who gave birth to daughter Vivianne Rose on Tuesday, tweeted, "Miss Vivianne is napping, gonna leave it open for some questions about season 2 for a few minutes! Go!"

Shortly after, fans asked Jessie all kinds of questions, which resulted in learning some more about her baby girl—like who was she named after? (This one might surprise you!)

Decker didn't choose to name her little princess after a family member, but rather a character from a book. Jessie revealed that her baby girl was named after Vivian Abbott Walker from Rebecca Wells' novel Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (aka Ashley Judd's character in the movie adaptation).

Fans also wanted to know if we were going to be able to see Vivi's surely adorable face any time soon, but Decker tweeted, "When I'm ready :) want private time with her first." Understandable.

Additionally, Jessie shared that her daughter looks more like hubby Eric Decker right now and that she and her NFL hubby want "lots" of kids. Then, the new mom had to leave the Twitter Q&A to tend to her bundle of joy. "Baby girl is up now. Gotta go nurse xoxo," she wrote.

Eric Decker couldn't help but gush about the new young lady in his life after her birth. "What an amazing, life altering experience!" he wrote in an Instagram note. "A day of extreme intensity that is filled with raw emotion!"

"I am a PROUD husband of such an incredibly tough and loving wife!" he went on. "I am a PROUD daddy to God's greatest gift on earth, my little princess!"

Miss Vivianne was 8 pounds, 2 ounces "with a full head of hair!" at birth, a rep told E! News exclusively. "Both mom and daughter are doing well."

Make sure to tune to the season-two premiere of Eric & Jessie: Game On, March 30 at 10 p.m. only on E!

PHOTOS: Check out these hot pics of Eric and Jessie!

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