Jessie James Decker is getting weary of being super pregnant Instagram/@jessiejamesdecker

Poor Jessie James Decker—the pregnancy struggle is real, y’all.

At 24 weeks, things are definitely getting real for Jessie in her third pregnancy—real and uncomfortable.

“Feeling huge, tired and craving more coffee and attention from my hubby,” she captioned a baby bump photo posted to her Instagram account on Dec. 18.

It is football season, and that means Jessie’s husband, Tennessee Titan Eric Decker, is pretty busy, but these two lovebirds always make time for one another.

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Jessie recently talked with the “Today” show about her morning routine, and it involves her man.

Jessie said her favorite breakfast splurge is chocolate chip pancakes. And her favorite breakfast buddy?

“Eric, my husband.”

Jessie told “Today” that if the two do get to spend the morning together, they have coffee in their robes on the sofa while their son and daughter play.

And just last week they went on an early day date together.

“Dressing comfy, but it’s the little details that dress it up,” she captioned a shot of the date.

On another positive note, Jessie reveals that she did put forth some effort this week.

“I did fix my hair after five greasy hair days, so that’s good,” she hilariously revealed on Instagram.

That’s where we are in life, too, sister. We feel ya!

Any mama can tell you, pregnancy hormones are no joke, but the country singer and reality TV star has been handling them like a champion as she awaits the arrival of the couple’s third child and second son, who will join sister Vivianne,3, and 2-year-old brother Eric Jr. (a.k.a. Bub).

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She’s got one more trimester to go, but we know the holidays will be a fun time with family and friends before things get super real in the New Year.

Even though you may feel uncomfortable, Jessie, you look radiant!

Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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