Mike Epps and Kyra Robinson's Baby Daughter Indiana Looks so Grown up in a New Video
Kyra Robinson, the wife of American stand-up comedian, Mike Epps, shared an adorable video featuring their cute 2-month-old baby daughter, Indiana.
"Dear God and my Angels above: Thank you. My heart is soo full. My Indiana Rose! Tummy time at 10 weeks."
Mike Epps and Kyra Robinson attend the LA premiere of Netflix's "Dolemite Is My Name" on September 28, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
"Allow us to introduce to you our newest addition to the family…….INDIANA ROSE EPPS"
Kyra shared a picture of herself and her newborn cutie that showed Indiana sleeping on her mother's body. In her caption to the post, the mom-of-one detailed her baby's weight on arrival and added that she loved Indiana more than she could understand.
The engagement happened a year after Mike's divorce from ex-wife Mechelle.
In the black-and-white photo, Kyra wore a white dress, with her hands resting on her baby bump. In the caption to the post, she wrote, "There is so much LIFE inside of me."
Mike and Kyra began dating in 2017. Their relationship started after they met each other at an airport. Mike approached his wife-to-be and asked her if she could dance.
Kyra replied, saying that she was a dancer, following which they had a pleasant conversation. The couple got engaged shortly after their relationship became official.
The engagement happened a year after Mike's divorce from ex-wife, Mechelle Epps, with whom he was married to for 11 years. Since their marriage, Kyra and Mike have remained a solid unit.
The comedian honored his wife on Mother's Day with a sweet post dedicated to her on his Instagram page. Accompanying the post was an adorable picture of the lovely family.
In the picture, Mike carried Indiana in his arms, while his beautiful wife rested her head on his shoulder. Indiana wore a onesie that matched the colors of her mom's pajamas, while Mike wore a hoodie.
In the caption, proud husband and father, Mike wished his a happy first Mother's Day and thanked her for bringing Indiana to life, and for being a great mother and wife.