Mike Epps Celebrates Daughter Indiana Turning 1-Month-Old
Mike Epps shares an adorable picture of his daughter Indiana with the rest of the world as the family celebrates her turning 1-month-old.
Mike Epps and Kyra Robinson-Epps made sure to document their baby Indiana's milestone of turning a month old, and they decided to share the pictures with the rest of the world on social media amid their social distancing efforts.
Indiana is Mike's fifth child and daughter, as he is also dad to Madison, Moriah, Makayla, and Bria.
A HAPPY ONE-MONTH OLD BABY
For Mike's own 1-month tribute, Indiana sports a simple black onesie as she stares straight at the camera. The proud dad added a "1 month xoxo" sticker on the bottom left side of the picture, to perfectly immortalize the special day.
Meanwhile, Kyra shared her own picture of little Indiana, who looked like a princess in her beautiful mint green tutu onesie that featured a tutu and a giant bow. Indiana is the couple's first child since getting married in 2017.
MIKE EPPS IS A GIRL DAD
Indiana is Mike's fifth child and daughter, as he is also dad to Madison, 9, Moriah, 11, Makayla, 16, and Bria, 23. Whenever he's asked who his favorite is, he always has the same reply: "they're all number one in my eyes."
The comedian admits that it would've been nice for him to have a son, especially since he grew up in a household full of boys. He went on to joke around that maybe his gene pool with his mom got mixed up, as he ended up with all the daughters his mom once wanted.
KEEPING INDIANA AT HOME
Despite his joke, Epps seems to enjoy being a girl dad, and is making the most out of his time with his newborn daughter as well. The proud parents welcomed their daughter just as the COVID-19 pandemic spread in America.
Now, they are keeping themselves home to try and protect their little girl and give her the best environment they can as she slowly grows up. After all, it'll only be a matter of time until she can enjoy the outdoors.
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