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Jessie James Decker is tweeting about her kids on Instagram.
After the country star, 34, was photographed on Saturday with her three children together on a beach in Mexico, she responded to commentators who said that the children were “envious” and accused or Decker for editing photos of sons Forrest Bradley, 4, Eric “Bubby” Thomas II, 7, and 8-year-old daughter Vivianne Rose.
“It’s definitely an app but I don’t see anyone talking about it,” Decker replied. “Yes I used an ‘ab’ app on my little ones wtf.”
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Decker also hit back at those who say her kids are ugly. One of the users, as reported by TODAY, wrote that their images are “food and movement specific and different from the child so all the comments.”
“From one mother to another,” Decker wrote. “Please don’t call my kids different just because they’re not what you think they are? That’s bad.”
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However, others supported the picture, such as country singer Kane Brown, who wrote that Decker’s children, whom she shares with retired NFL player husband Eric Decker, were “jealous.”
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It’s been a busy year for Decker, who enters his 31st season Dancing With The Stars before his dismissal in October.
Although Decker has been busy with her music career, clothing line, cookbook writing and raising three children, she said. PEOPLE Every Day Podcast host Janine Rubenstein said in September that she still has time for her husband.
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“I think we have a really solid foundation for marriage … Being busy doesn’t affect anything,” Decker said. “We just love each other.”
This summer, the pair opened up to PEOPLE about the possibility of expanding their team. As they said at the time, they were prepared for what was to come.
“We don’t plan, so we just let life go,” Jessie said of the new family. “And if it happens, it’s a blessing. If it doesn’t, it’s not meant to be, but we’re not going to make it happen.”