Jessie James Decker shares hilarious parenting fail

Sometimes you can not trust a toddler with your passwords.

Jessie James Decker, 34, and husband Eric Decker, 35, learned that the hard way on Monday night when their 4-year-old son, Forrest, got a hold of Eric’s phone and took a photo of his dad in the shower before accidentally posting it to his dad’s Instagram account.

The hilarious parenting fail was ultimately brought to Jessie’s attention by a friend who texted her that Forrest was up to no good. She shared the interaction on her Instagram Story.

‘”No I can not stop laughing Jessie. I can not,” the friend texted her alongside a screenshot of the photo, which Forrest had uploaded to Eric’s Instagram page. “I’m not even sure if you know he has his phone but if I do not know go grab.”

Jessie James Decker’s 4-year-old son, Forrest, was up to no good when he accidentally snapped a photo of his dad, Eric Decker, taking a shower and posting it on Instagram. (Credit: Jessie James Decker / Instagram)

Wasting no time, Jessie couldn’t help but share the moment with her fans – sharing a screenshot of her friend’s text, the picture Forrest took and Eric’s own message to his followers following the mishap.

“Time to change the code…” the former footballer wrote on his Instagram Stories soon after taking the photo down. “So much for letting Forrest watch his Avengers videos during my shower.”

After deleting the photo, Eric Decker was clearly not bothered and took to Instagram to address the situation.  (Credit: Eric Decker / Instagram)

After deleting the photo, Eric Decker took to Instagram to address the situation. (Credit: Eric Decker / Instagram)

The Deckers, who in addition to Forrest, share daughter Vivianne, 8, and Eric Jr., 6, recently opened up about the possibility of expanding their family.

In February, the country singer alluded to the possibility of having another baby in an Instagram post. She later clarified in an interview with Peopleexplaining, “Honestly, we’re not trying to have a kid – we’re also not, not trying to have one.”

“We’re not planning on it, so we’re just letting lives happen,” she added. “And if it happens, it’s a blessing. If it does not, it was not meant to be, but we’re not doing anything to not make it happen.”

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