Kyra Epps shares adorable pictures of her daughter Indiana amid quarantine, claiming she's "ready to go outside."
Mike and Kyra Epps welcomed their darling daughter Indiana just before "Stay at Home" guidelines were put in place in America, and so she had to spend her first month in the comfort of their home with her proud parents.
Mike Epps and Kyra Robinson attend the LA premiere of "Dolemite is My Name" on September 28, 2019 in Westwood, California | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Now that she's growing a bit restless, her mom Kyra claims the little girl is finally ready to head out into the world and would like to go outside. She shared two pictures of little Indiana staring straight into the camera, looking bored.
"MOOD: My baby is ready to go outside. Still can't get over that little face."
Indiana is Mike and Kyra's first child together since getting married in 2017, and they've made sure to document the simplest milestones in her life. Recently, they celebrated her turning a month old, and the outcomes were adorable.
For Mike's tribute, Indiana sported a simple black onesie as she stared straight at the camera. Of course, the proud dad made sure to add a "1 month xoxo" sticker on the bottom left side of the picture to celebrate the special day.
Meanwhile, Kyra decided to dress her little princess up for the special day, being the fashionable mom that she is. Indiana was dressed in a beautiful mint green tutu onesie that also featured a giant bow.
Indiana's older sisters are Madison, Moriah, Makayla, and Bria.
Although the little girl is Mike and Kyra's first daughter together, Mike actually has four other daughters from previous relationships. Being the girl dad that he is, his reply to the question "who is your favorite" remains the same: "they're all number one In my eyes."
While Epps claims it would have been nice to have a son, the fact that he has been blessed with five amazing girls does not bother him. Indiana's older sisters are Madison, 9, Moriah, 11, Makayla, 16, and Bria, 23.
Indiana might have to wait a while before she gets her wish of being outdoors, especially as her parents do their best in keeping her safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.