Kyra Epps Shows Her Baby in an Adorable Bow & Pink Hat — See the Sweet Mother-Daughter Moments
Actor Mike Epps's wife, Kyra Epps shared photos of their toddler daughter, Indiana Rose while spending quality mother and daughter time together.
Mike Epps's wife, Kyra Epps recently used her Instagram story to give her followers a glimpse at her special quality time with their toddler daughter, Indiana Rose. She shared an adorable video of Indiana saying "mama" and wrote:
"Love, my girl. The sweetest words I've ever known."
The next post was a black and white photo of Indiana in the same outfit with a message for other moms. She gave them advice on how to get their babies to talk faster. She said she got the advice from her husband's mother, and that was how Indiana started saying the word, "mama."
The post that followed was a picture of Indiana in a bright pink hat as she complained about her postpartum hair loss. The other moms chipped in with their own remedies to help Kyra out with her concerns.
The actor married Kyra in a lavish California wedding, only a little less than two years after he divorced his ex-wife, Mechelle.
Kyra's hair concerns came months after she gave birth to her little one in March. The beautiful mom and her actor husband, Mike first revealed that they were expecting their little one late in 2019.
The 49-year-old actor and comedian made the big announcement with a breathtaking photo of his wife showing off her growing baby bump. He shared:
"God bless my beautiful wife and our new born baby on the way. ❤️❤️????"
The stunning photo accompanied by the heartwarming words was a black and white shot of Kyra looking absolutely divine in her elegant sheer white bodysuit.
The perfect little Indiana was born as Mike's first child with his wife, Kyra, but his fifth child in general as he has four other girls from previous relationships.
In June 2019, the actor married Kyra in a lavish California wedding, only a little less than two years after he divorced his ex-wife, Mechelle. According to him, he moved on fast because he hated being single and loved having a structured and stable home.